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Neo4j World Wide Tour - 3rd Stop! Introduction to Graph Databases

We are very happy to announce the very first graph meetup in Durham 15th of January 2013. This will be the third stop on the Neo4j 2013 World Wide Tour with Pernilla Lindh, our World Wide Community Manager, being on site! She loves spreading graph love, knowledge of NoSQL, Graphs and Neo4j. Swag love is guaranteed :)

 

Come and have a beer -  listen about the coolest new tech on the block right now.

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The social graph, a program's object graph, related products in a catalog, discussions crossing multiple email threads and Twitter - Graphs are everywhere. A graph database let's you master every angle in your data.

 

We'll introduce Neo4j, an open source graph database that you can embed, deploy as a server, or use in the cloud. Starting with graph database 101, you'll leave with an understanding of graph-like thinking, when to use a graph, and what great new magic you'll be able to add to your development toolbox.

 

How do you get from here to there? With a graph. Join us to learn how.

 

Agenda for the evening

6:30 - Pizza + Networking, etc.

7:00 - Announcements

7:05 - Peter Neubauer one of the Founders from Neo Technology will give us an introduction of NoSQL, Graph databases and Neo4j.

8:00 - Break

8:10 - Questions

8:30 - Good bye and Thanks for the fish!

 

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  • Norman S.

    Well done!

    January 17, 2013

  • Pankaj A.

    Great presentation. Very informativce. Thanks!

    January 16, 2013

  • David R.

    Really enjoyed the discussion and free flowing adjustments to fit the questions and audience

    January 16, 2013

  • Wen G.

    Great to learn graph db, will try out

    January 15, 2013

  • George E.

    Peter Neubauer is not only amazingly smart, he's friendly, has a good sense of humor and explains things clearly. He had lots to say and said it well without much waste.

    January 15, 2013

  • Tara F.

    Wow, what a response! Thanks to everyone who has RSVP for the event. Unfortunately, we have had to cap reservations early due to space. Although, we are definitely happy to have this problem:) Bull City CoWorking will be at maximum capacity so be sure to get there early to enjoy pizza and beer!

    We look forward to meeting everyone and see you on the 15th!

    1 · January 7, 2013

    • Tara F.

      Hi Jonathan, thanks for your suggestion! Unfortunately we were unsure about the number of people interested in the area. Once we were able to see a response we then capped the number of sign-ups. Also, Bull City CoWorking is a large space and a great venue for the number of people that should probably show up.

      January 15, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      See you in a moment Tara and everyone!

      January 15, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    If we can open a waiting list, maybe we can do a second event in a couple of weeks? Fantastic to come over!

    1 · January 8, 2013

  • Tara F.

    Hi Everyone,

    Welcome to the Neo4j World Wide Tour Meetup Group located in Durham, NC. Since we have had so much interest in attending we have switched venues to Bull City Coworking.

    If you need directions or would like to find out more about the space follow the link below.
    http://bullcitycoworking.com/ai1ec_event/neo4j-world-wide-tour-3rd-stop-introduction-to-graph-databases/?instance_id=2704

    Thanks!

    January 2, 2013

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