Geekfest Palo Alto: Intro to Geospatial in Redis 3.2 by Dave Nielsen of Redis Labs

at April 26th, 2016

Screen Shot 2016-01-15 at 4.02.33 PMWe are pleased to be hosting our 4th Geekfest talk in Palo Alto this Thursday (April 28th). This talk is open to Groupon employees as well as tech enthusiasts across the Bay Area. If interested, read details below and RSVP on our Meetup.com page:http://www.meetup.com/Geekfest-Palo-Alto/events/230497052/

Schedule:
6:30pm Networking
7:00pm Geospatial Talk
8:00pm Q&A
8:30pm End

Description: Join Dave in this talk where he demonstrates how to speed up mobile apps and web scale systems with Redis geospatial data structures and functions.

In his talk, Dave will demo an open source Geospatial app that depends solely on Redis. Data structures include Geospatial Indexes. Functions demoed are GEOADD, GEOHASH, GEOPOS, GEODIST, GEORADIUS, GEORADIUSBYMEMBER .

About the Speaker

Dave works for Redis Labs organizing workshops, hackathons, meetups and other events to help developers learn when and how to use Redis. Dave is also the co-founder and lead organizer of CloudCamp, a community of Cloud Computing enthusiasts in over 100 cities around the world. Dave graduated from Cal Poly: San Luis Obispo and has worked in developer relations for 12 years at companies like PayPal, Strikeiron and Platform D. Dave gained modest notoriety when he proposed to his girlfriend in the book “PayPal Hacks.”


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