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Integrating Wikis and other Social Content into your Website  

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Many websites want to add social functionality like wikis to their websites, but find it difficult to integrate and are afraid their users won't understand wiki-text. <b>Wetpaint Injected</b> solves both of these problems with its wiki in the Cloud service. With an API and a client library, you can add a WYSIWYG wiki into any web page. Click the Wetpaint Wiki button on this page, then the EasyEdit button to see it for yourself. Come to our session and learn how to add wikis and other free social publishing features to your site with drag-and-drop controls or just a few lines of code. We'll also brainstorm new and interesting ways to mash up social content on the web.

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Dave Nielsen

As Head of Ecosystem Programs, Dave uses emerging technologies and open source projects like Microservices, Serverless & Kubernetes to bring the magic of Redis to the broader community. Dave has extensive ecosystem experience from his years of engagement in the web, cloud and big data trenches. Prior to Redis Labs, Dave led the relationship between Intel’s Deep Learning in Apache Spark project and public cloud providers; and at PayPal where he helped pioneer web api developer evangelism.
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