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- We are looking forward to having you join us for the Thanksgiving Holiday! Call me at this number [masked] so we could coordinate. You can take BART to Walnut Creek and we will pick you up and take you back. There is a possibility that another guest (Hector age 34) who lives in S.F might come to the dinner as well. Kindly confirm no later than Nov. 20th as our host needs to know how many guests we are bringing with us.
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.