San Francisco, CAUSA
June 5, 2011
I'm one of the Neo4j guys out on the west coast, in the Menlo Park office.
Every day, in every way. ;)
Yes, most of the components. I need to broaden the range of language bindings that I use. Mostly, I'm still java and scala, with occasional trips into ruby.
Graph modeling, commons patterns and best practices.
Hi Andreas, Thank you for joining SF Professionals!
Welcome to the group! :)
Hi Andreas. For sure. I'm a seasoned presenter and might also use this as an excuse to bring my buddy James into town for a talk. Where are you based? Boston? Do you have a venue in Vancouver already or will I need to find one (Can do).
Hi Andreas, That would be fantastic. I am actually based in Berlin, Germany with Nokia but we will be in Chicago on 16th & 17th January on business. So if your meetup is on one of those days we can certainly attend! FYI - We come from the perspective of Place/Address Search
Given my limited knowledge on Spring Data and juding from the responses. I recently viewed the webinar Michael Hunger gave on Spring Data..I was just thinking we could get the ball rolling by shedding more light on Spring Data. Just a suggestion.. I talked to the Heroku people during the conference, thought it was pretty interesting.
We met at the SpringOne conference. All of you guys Michael, Emil, yourself were very informative, I am at a point where I just want to start implementing Neo4J. I just have a few hurdles...
Thanks for your message, and I look forward to the meeting as well. As for the ideal guest speaker, I could think of Emil Eifrem.
Hi Andreas !!
Thank you !! I am getting closer and closer to start to implment NOSQL solutions in my projects. Although traditional databases seem to work extremely well I my experience Its always fun to know about these new technologies.
Hi, Andreas. Thank you. Yes, I am very curious about it. Please set a date soon so that I can know if I'll be able to attend, as my days have been very busy lately. Good luck with the group!
Hehe, yes. "-" is the new shorthand for that. ;) Look forward to meeting in person.