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Coming from a background of Aerospace Engineering, John soon discovered that his true interest lay at the intersections of information technology and entrepreneurship (and when applicable - math). In early 2011, John stepped away from his day job to take up software consulting. Finally John found permanent employment at Opensource Connections where he currently consults large enterprises about full-text search and Big Data applications. Highlights to this point have included prototyping the future of search with the US Patent and Trademark Office, implementing the search syntax used by patent examiners, and building a Solr search relevancy tuning framework called SolrPanl. John is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 23 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Solr Unleashed: Mission Accomplished

03.18.2013
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This past Wednesday and Thursday (March 13th and 14th) OpenSource Connections held an on-site 2-day Solr training course called Solr Unleashed. We covered a broad range of Solr topics including beginner level concepts such as indexing and retrieving data, and more advanced concepts such as relevancy tuning.

I know that I’m biassed, but I think it went exceptionally well! Take a look at a couple of shots from the course:

Setup Time

Setup Time

Middle of Day One

Middle of Day One

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