Posts Tagged → solr
Hugo Frappier gave an awesome presentation about Solr last night. Everybody I talked to afterwards seemed to have enjoyed his talk very much. Thanks Hugo! You’re welcome to present again anytime you want.
Hugo also suggested I create a UserVoice account for MoR, which I did. You can see suggestions on the sidebar. Vote on them or add your own. If you have topics you’d like to see a presentation on, it’s also a great place to post it.
See you next month for our special edition of MoR: Montreal AGAINST Rails!
Yup! I just realized that our next meet up will be the TENTH! We’ve come a long way since our no-donut, totally crammed McGill classroom!
Hugo Frappier volunteered to talk about Solr and acts_as_solr. This will be a great talk if you need to implement search in your Rails application and/or if you’re having problems with English/French searching.
It’d be great to have a second speaker… nothing long or complicated… about 15-20 minutes. If you’re interested, send me an email: carl at karabunga dot com. If you have never presented yet, please think about giving back.
As usual, please RSVP on Upcoming.org.
See you soon!