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Returning the right results

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Rembrandt Enterprise
Tijd Moeilijkheidsgraad Taal
10:50:00 - 11:40:00 Beginner English

Every website has one, a search box. Did you ever use it? Did you find the right thing? Some websites do a good job, others do a real bad job. What about yours? Installing an (elastic)search service is easy, configuring your index to find the right thing is a lot harder. There are a lof of things that impact the results of searches. Think about the type of data, analysis of the inserted data, the type of queries. In the end the right data is usually found by looking at the highest score of a matched document. What is a score? How is the score calculated? How can the score be influenced? That is what this talk is about, I’ll show you how to use scoring to find the right thing using elasticsearch. So, do you want to improve your websites search box results? Then join me during my talk and together we make it happen.

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Bio van Jettro Coenradie

Jettro Coenradie is a Fellow at Luminis Amsterdam. He has been delivering applications for over 15 years. In these years Jettro has learned the importance of a close connection between development and operations. Therefore he is a strong believer in the devops movement. One type of handover from development to operations is documentation, but the best one is good logs. Jettro likes to try out new stuff. That is why he recently got his motorcycle drivers license. On a motor bike you tend to explore different routes to get the best our of your bike and have fun while doing the thing you need to do, get from A to B. When exploring new technologies he also likes to explore new routes to find better and more interesting ways to accomplish his goal. Jettro rides an all terrain bike, he does not like riding the same ground over and over again. The same is valid for his technical interest, he knows about backend (elasticsearch, mongodb, spring data, spring integration) as well as front-end (AngularJS, Sass, Less) and mobile development (iOS, Sencha touch).