March 12, 2013 · 6:00 PM
You might have heard of graph databases and and want to know what they are good for. You might have seen facebook graph search and wondered how to implement that for yourself. You might have tried to manage a nicely connected domain in a relational database and experienced the join pain. Or you just wanted to keep the richness of the model you developed with your colleagues on the whiteboard even when persisted in a datastore.
In this geek night I want to give answers to these questions and demonstrate with real-world examples how users of a graph database like Neo4j solve them. Michael is working on the abstract, let's hope he will finish it by next Monday! We will publish it as soon as we'll receive it!
Register here: GotoNight Berlin
This GotoNight is a great ending for the day if you attended the Neo4j Tutorial (Register here), an exceptional opportunity to discuss things you've learned and wanted to take further.