Just a quick heads-up to French-speaking developers: I will be presenting the Elasticsearch integration in Hibernate Search at the Strasbourg Java User Group (ElsassJUG) meetup, at 7 PM on Wednesday 26th of April.
I will briefly introduce full-text search (why and how it’s done), then present how to use Hibernate Search to keep Lucene indexes in sync with your Hibernate ORM entities, and I will show you how easy it is to target Elasticsearch instead of local Lucene indexes since Hibernate Search 5.6.0.
For more information about the location or to register, please refer to the Meetup page.
I’m honoured to confirm that I’ll be at Devoxx UK this May in London.
Come along in Gallery Hall at 12:55 on Thursday 11th of May to see a quick demo of Hibernate OGM used to migrate a JPA application from using a relational database to using a fast, scalable and highly available in memory data grid.
We announced support for storing data in Infinispan over the Hot Rod protocol in Hibernate OGM version 5.1, now is your chance to see it in action.
Some of the Hibernate team members all gather together next week in Paris.
If you are around, come join us for a Questions & Answers session at the ParisJUG. It’s Tuesday December 2nd 2015 at 19:30. We will discuss anything Hibernate, no slide, simply come with your questions on:
Hibernate Validator / Bean Validation
past, present, future
I am ending my day totally exhausted but happy. Today we organised Red Hat 4 Kids in the Red Hat France office.
Every year at Red Hat, we organise a Red Hat Week to celebrate our culture. And in good open source community way, each local office expresses how it pleases this event. This year, I proposed to do a Devoxx4Kids for the children of French Red Hatters.
Red Hat 4 Kids (aka a copy paste of Devoxx 4 Kids) initiates children from 6 to 12+ to the notion of programming. Sharing our knowledge to teach them what daddy or mummy does. Sounds cool.
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Sanne is going to do a virtual JBoss User Group session Tuesday July 14th at 6PM BST / 5PM UTC / 1PM EDT / 10 AM PDT. He is going to talk about Lucene in Java EE.
He will also describe some projects dear to our heart. If you want to know what Hibernate Search, Infinispan bring to the Lucene table and how they use Lucene internally, that’s the event to be in!
Célébrons l'open source et le partage (English version below).
If you are around in London the evening of the 14th of January, I would love to see you at our monthly JBUG event.
Emmanuel is headed to JavaOne, where you can see his hands-on presentations: live on stage coding showing the latest features of Hibernate Search and Bean Validation. It's a unique experience to see how easy it is to get started with these technologies, and also what powerful features they can provide you in just one hour coding.