October 17, 2016 @ 7:30 am - 8:30 am
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HackerEarth - Narendhiran S
Redis Labs - Itamar Haber
HackerEarth is pleased to announce our next webinar on Developing a Redis Module, to help you learn from the best programmers and domain experts from all over the world. The Webinar is scheduled for 17th of October at 7.30AM PDT.
This webinar presents some of the concepts, tools and steps involved in developing a Redis Module. We'll dedicate the first half of the session to review the following topics; with the second half dedicated to a Q&A session:
* What is Redis and what are modules
* Guidelines for developing a module
* Setting up for your first module
Why attend this webinar:
1. 1. Learn about Redis - #1 In-memory Data Structure Store,
2. 2. Learn about creating Open Source Modules [You can Name them after you!!]
3. 3. Developers with Redis as a skill earn 30% Higher than an average developer. [current Job Posting Averages]
More information about the speakers:
HackerEarth - Narendhiran S - Marketing Manager - Twitter @s_narendhiran
I am Narendhiran S - Marketing Manager @ HackerEarth. HackerEarth is a thriving community of developers, where developers improve their programming skills, participate in challenges/hackathons, network with peers and discover jobs.
Redis Labs - Itamar Haber - Chief Developer Advcate - Twitter @itamarhaber
The Speaker is Itamar Haber, Chief Developer Advocate in Redis Labs. He is a startup veteran, a database maven and an advocate for users. His varied experience includes software product development and management and leadership roles at Xeround, Etagon, Amicada and M.N.S Ltd. Itamar holds a Master of Business Administration from the joint Kellogg-Recanati program by Northwestern and Tel-Aviv Universities, as well as a Bachelor of Science in computer science.
Information about the Organizer:
HackerEarth is a thriving community of developers, where developers come to improve their programming skills, solve problems across various domains of Computer Science, participate in challenges/hackathons, network with their peers and discover the jobs they deserve.