For the second edition of the Elasticsearch Chicago meetup, we'll welcome Uri Boness and Zach Tong, both core developers at Elasticsearch Inc.
Uri will be covering What's New in 1.0, a tour of the forthcoming features in Elasticsearch, including aggregations, distributed percolator and snapshot/restore.
Zach will be talking about the Common Terms query, a relatively new query that is designed to make stop-words obsolete. This query adapts to your index in real-time and removes stop-words on the fly.
There will be ample time for Q&A on all things Elasticsearch following the presentations.
6 PM - Doors open; refreshments served.
6:30 - 7:30 PM - Presentations.
8:00 PM - Head homewards.
Here's a bit more about Uri and Zach:
Uri Boness has been a software engineer and a prominent advocate of
open source search for many years. He is a co-founder of
Elasticsearch, the company behind the popular real-time search and
analytics open source project with more than 400,000 downloads per
month. You can follow him on Twitter at http://twitter.com/uboness
Zach is a developer at Elasticsearch…and he is on a mission to
educate. He’s been writing articles about Elasticsearch for nearly two
years, and has released several plugins to help newcomers understand
what Elasticsearch is doing under the hood. You can follow him on
Twitter at https://twitter.com/zacharytong
Many thanks to Vodori for hosting us once again!