Martijn Laarman and Greg Marzouka, Elastic's two lead .NET developers will be giving a talk titled "Elasticsearch for .NET Developers". Food and drink will be provided, and thanks to Mozilla for hosting! Talk will begin at 6:30 PM.
Abstract: Elasticsearch for .NET Developers: A whirlwind dive into the strongly-typed client for .NET Elasticsearch offers a simple REST interface that exposes JSON, so a .NET developer might be tempted to simply use HttpClient and Json.NET to talk with Elasticsearch.
In this talk we'll showcase, through the usage of LINQPad, some of the features that outline how NEST plays to C# strengths and helps you write terser code, all just one line of code away: new ElasticClient(). A few of the topics that we'll cover:
- Strongly-typed requests and responses
- Inference- Query DSL- Aggregations- Covariant result sets- Connection pooling and failover
Attendees will leave this talk knowing how to fully tame Elasticsearch from .NET
Greg Marzouka, Software Engineer, Elastic Co.
Greg is a .NET developer focused on maintaining the .NET clients, NEST, and Elasticsearch.Net. Previously, he worked at an advertising agency in New York, building out their Elasticsearch cluster. He’s a huge open source enthusiast and loves working with programming languages and frameworks of all kinds.
Martijn Laarman, Software Engineer, Elastic Co.
A .NET developer for nearly a decade and tinkering with the web since his teens, Martijn loves keyboard-driven creativity.