RedisConf 2020 was originally planned to be held in San Francisco. The sudden spread of the COVID19 pandemic, however, meant that the organisers, like many others, had to take a step back and reconsider whether and how to run this event. In fact, the decision was taken in March for it to be held as a virtual event.
RedisConf 2020 will thus be an online conference taking place on the 12th and 13th of May 2020. The schedule is packed with talks, the first day being breakout sessions, and the second being full of training provided by the folks at Redis Labs.
Among the talks presented on the first day, you’ll find my own A Practical Introduction to RedisGraph, which introduces the relatively new RedisGraph graph database, and demonstrates what you can do with it via practical demonstration.
If you’d like to learn more about RedisGraph, check out also my two articles, First Steps with RedisGraph and Family Tree with RedisGraph, published last November.