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Make Data Work
31 May–1 June 2016: Training
1 June–3 June 2016: Conference
London, UK

Apache Cassandra: Get trained and get better paid (Day 2)

Tim Berglund (Confluent), Tanya Gallagher (DataStax)
9:00–17:00 Wednesday, 1/06/2016
Training
Location: Capital Suite 16
Tags: real-time, iot

O’Reilly Media and DataStax have partnered to create a 2-day developer course for Apache Cassandra. Get trained as a Cassandra developer at Strata + Hadoop World in London and be recognized for your NoSQL expertise.

Why learn Apache Cassandra?
The demand for Apache Cassandra and NoSQL skills is skyrocketing. As a Cassandra developer you:

  • Get independent industry-led credibility as a Cassandra expert
  • Receive greater opportunity for career advancement
  • Meet global standards and ensure compatibility between Cassandra applications and distributions
  • Become a part of the growing Cassandra community

What’s included:

  • 12 hours of in-person training with DataStax experts
  • Focused Q&A with a DataStax experts

Material covered in the developer certification program:

  • Cassandra data modeling
  • The Cassandra Query Language
  • Cassandra’s distributed architecture
  • Installation and configuration
  • Basic tooling
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Tim Berglund

Confluent

Tim Berglund is the senior director of developer experience with Confluence, where he serves as a teacher, author, and technology leader. Tim can frequently be found at speaking at conferences internationally and in the United States. He’s the copresenter of various O’Reilly training videos on topics ranging from Git to distributed systems and is the author of Gradle Beyond the Basics. He tweets as @tlberglund, blogs very occasionally at Timberglund.com, and is the cohost of the DevRel Radio Podcast. He lives in Littleton, Colorado, with the wife of his youth and their youngest child, the other two having mostly grown up.

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Tanya Gallagher

DataStax

Tanya Gallagher is a veteran technical instructor with thousands of hours of classroom experience across a 20-year career. Tanya has spent the past two years at DataStax writing curriculum and leading the curriculum development team. Prior to DataStax, she was a curriculum developer and technical instructor for Ixia, a networking test equipment manufacturer. She holds an MA in instructional design.