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Elasticsearch møte i November


Den 26. november drar vi i gang ett nytt møte. Denne gangen blir det 3 små foredrag fra Karel (Elasticsearch), Boaz (Elasticsearch) og Tomas (BEKK). 

Velkommen til en spennende kveld! Det vil bli servert enkel mat og drikke.


• 18:00 - 18:50 - Food & Drinks

• 18:50 - 19:00 - Welcome to this Meetup.

• 19:00 - 19:30 - Elasticsearch's language clients (Karel Minarik, Elasticsearch)

• 19:30 - 20:00 - Getting started with ElasticSearch on Windows and .NET with NEST (Tomas Jansson, BEKK)

• 20:00 - 20:30 - Elasticsearch with Time Based Data (Boaz Leskes, Elasticsearch)

About Tomas Jansson:

Tomas is a passionate developer focussed on delivering value and quality – and he constantly tries to improve software delivery processes. He is the assistant lead for the Norwegian .NET User Group (NNUG) Oslo chapter and has been a speaker at various conferences such as NDC, Microsoft Tech Days and Trondheim Developer Conference.

About Boaz Leskes:

Boaz Leskes is an Elasticsearch core developer and the author of
Sense, the popular front end for Elasticsearch. Based in Amsterdam, he's a fan of faceting, Lucene, monitoring and search. You can follow him on Twitter @bleskes.

About Karel Minarik:

Karel Minarik is an Elasticsearch core developer and the author of its Ruby language client. He lives in Prague, Czech Republic and has been focusing on creative uses for Lucene-based search engines for querying, aggregating and data-mining applications. You can follow him on Twitter @karmiq.

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  • Terje L.

    Great talks, nice facilities and delicious tea. All in all very nice experience, thank you all.

    November 27, 2013

  • Sten Roger S.

    Sorry, but I think it's a non-vegan style tapas. Will keep that in mind for next meetup.

    November 26, 2013

    • Terje L.

      Yes, it worked out good. That sallad with vegetables and nuts was very tasty. Thank you for your hospitality. Also really enjoyed the tea :)

      November 27, 2013

    • Terje L.

      I will have trouble attending most meetups, since I don't live in Oslo, so don't go to great lengths just to satisfy my needs ;)

      November 27, 2013

  • Ingrid Elisabeth M.

    Good meetup :) Hoping for some experience-based talks next time, it seems like a lot of the people there are or have been using Elasticsearch in their projects. It would be nice to hear about what it has done for them, and if they had a different solution before Elasticsearch (and why they decided to use it instead). Also thumbs up for the beer and food :)

    5 · November 27, 2013

    • Sten Roger S.

      Great suggestion. Will try to do that next time.

      2 · November 27, 2013

  • Pedro B.

    It was good, thanks!

    Food was delicious too :-)

    2 · November 26, 2013

  • Tomas J.

    The slides from my getting started with .NET and Elasticsearch are available here: and the source code for the demo application is here:

    3 · November 26, 2013

  • Runar M.

    There will be tapas, so I guess there will be some non-meat dishes, but I dont really know exactly what they will bring.

    November 26, 2013

  • Terje L.

    What food will be provided at the meetup? I am vegan and wonder if something can be arranged or if I need to fix something by myself. Looking forward to the meetup, thanks :)

    November 25, 2013

  • Sten Roger S.

    Ser ut som det blir fullt opp med folk på dette meetupet. Har satt grensen til 45 siden Enonic's lokale ikke er fullt så stort som BEKK sitt :=)

    Vi har også nådd en milepærle: Over 100 i denne Elasticsearch Oslo gruppa. Er ikke så mange Elasticsearch meetups som er større enn dette. La oss prøve å vokse til 200 :-)

    En liten melding til de påmeldte:
    Hvis du trur du ikke kan komme alikevel så si i fra deg plassen til eventuellt andre. Takk og velkommen til meetup førstkommende tirsdag.

    Sten Roger Sandvik

    November 21, 2013

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