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Redis Day London 2019

event starts

11 Nov 2019

event ends

12 Nov 2019


CodeNode 10 South Place, EC2M 2RB, London City of London, United Kingdom

Join us for the 2nd Annual Redis Day London to talk about everything and anything Redis!

Redis Day is a full day conference featuring user stories and developer updates from the Redis world. Join us to share your experience using Redis, connect with peers, and hear their stories about solving challenges they faced.

Redis Day will take place on November 12th at CodeNode in London. There is also a full-day, hands-on workshop on Nov 11th.

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Call for Speakers
Call opens at 12:00 AM

07 Aug 2019

Call closes at 11:59 PM

30 Sep 2019

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Redis Day is a free, full-day, single-track event about anything and everything Redis. Its main purpose is sharing technical knowledge with the local Redis community, by providing a stage for developers and users to tell their stories.

This is a call to all speakers who wish to tell theirs. We don't care whether this is your first time speaking or if you're a rockstar performer, nor do we mind if you're native to the city or a tentacled decapod from Alpha Centauri. We're interested in your story and we'll do whatever it takes to help you bring it to light.

It is up to you to make it interesting ;)

Please submit as early as possible even if you're still not 100% sure about what you want to tell - you can edit your submission until the CfS is closed.


Naturally, your story has to be about Redis.

Other than that, Redis Day stories usually fall into one of these two categories:

  1. Use cases, demonstrating how Redis is applied for solving problems
  2. Developer sessions, providing updates and sharing best practices

That said, the actual topic's selection depends entirely on you. Some additional pointers to keep in mind:

  • Try making it fresh
  • Keep it technical
  • Make it useful
  • Research numbers are the best, lessons from the battlefield are better


Redis Day sessions are presented to all attendees in the main hall (i.e. single track):

  • Language: English
  • Length: 20 minutes
  • Slides: a basic template will be provided, the content is up to you
  • Demo: possible


The participating audience is expected to be technically minded, familiar with Redis and its domain.

Additional references

For more background, please refer to sessions from past events:

event fee

free for speakers