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This meetup is for your fellow event streaming enthusiasts!

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Upcoming events (1)

Walk through Confluent Developer’s Data Mesh course LIVE

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Hello Streamers!

This event is part of the Confluent Developer LIVE series: This means that the event is a real-time run through of a Confluent Developer course exercise, by a professional trainer.

And of course, as with all Confluent Community Events, it is free, purely technical, and educational.

So, join us on Monday, May 23rd at 1:00pm EDT for this free hands-on training with a walkthrough exercise from the Data Mesh course on Confluent Developer.

This walkthrough will require Confluent Cloud, but will cost you nothing (you won’t even have to input your credit card). We will walk you through the signup process, but if you want to get prepared, you can join Confluent Cloud now and make the most of our promo code (CC60COMM) for new and current Cloud users (promo codes can be added in the payments page, once you’ve signed up)!!

******TO ATTEND THIS EVENT:*******
Join this meetup by going to the Zoom app and entering the following details:
Meeting ID:[masked]

******EVENT DETAILS*******
Agenda (time below is in EDT):
1:00 PM - about 1:50 PM
-Presentation on DataMesh

about 1:50 PM - 2:30 PM
-Interactive discussion of one or more concrete scenario problems
-Demo & hands-on lab
-Q&A, additional discussion, time permitting

Antonio Loma Daza, Sr. Technical Trainer, Confluent

Data Mesh

Data mesh is a new approach for designing modern data architectures by embracing organizational constructs as well as data-centric ones, data management, governance, etc. The idea is that data should be easily accessible and interconnected across the entire business. While the concept is so new and may seem like an abstract concept at this moment, you’re doing the right thing by learning it now. We’ll give you a complete overview of data mesh architecture, how it works, its benefits and use cases, examples, and how to get started.

Antonio Loma Daza is a senior technical trainer at Confluent, working for EMEA from France. He works as course champion for Confluent Advance Administration course. A jack of all trades, Antonio has previously worked in industrial automatization, Linux administration, and enterprise-hardware support training.
Online Meetup Etiquette:
•Please use the “Raise Hand” button and Zoom chat feature to ask questions during the presentation!
•Please raise your hand when you have a question and you will be unmuted.
•Please arrive on time as Zoom meetings can become locked for many reasons. We will begin promptly.
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If you would like to speak or host our next event please let us know! community@confluent.io

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