Cassandra is getting more and more buzz and that means two things, more development and more issues. Some issues are unavoidable, but some of them are, just by understanding how our tooling works.
In this talk I'd like to review the core concepts on which Cassandra is built and how they impose the way we should work with it using some examples that will hopefully give you both a 'Quick Reference' and a 'Checklist' to go through every time you want to build scalable data models.
About the Speaker
Carlos Alonso Software Engineer, Job and Talent
Carlos received his Masters CS at Salamanca University, Spain. He worked a few years there in a digital agency, gaining expertise on a very wide range of technologies before moving to London where he narrowed down the focus on to the backend and data engineering disciplines. The latest step in his professional career was to move back to Madrid to work for Job and Talent where he currently helps on building the best candidate-job opening matching technology. Aside from work he likes sharing as much as he can by public speaking, mentoring or getting involved in OSS or OpenData initiatives.