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Kees van B.



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September 19, 2012


What are you interested in learning about graph databases?

What are the use cases where graph databases really shine, and how doest that compare with relational databases and other NoSQL solutions such as document databases? I am in a project where we use Neo4J for RDF data, and we have also used MongoDB in earlier projects.


I am CEO of a company that provides professional support for open source bioinformatics software, The Hyve B.V. in Utrecht, Netherlands. I am an open source evangelist and have used NoSQL solutions in several cases for bioinformatics problems.

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