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Monthly Java Meetup: Domain driven design, NoSQL and multi-model databases

  • Nov 10, 2014 · 6:30 PM
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Domain Driven Design is a software development process that focuses on finding a common language for the involved parties.  Relational databases have their own language and influence the design of software into a direction further away from the Domain.  Two kinds of NoSQL databases are changing that: Document stores and graph databases.

In this month's presentation, Max Neunhöffer will look at the way a multi-model database that combines a document store and a graph database can help model problems in a way that is understandable for all parties involved, and explain the benefits of this approach for the software development process.

Max Neunhöffer is a mathematician turned database developer. He
has worked for 16 years on the development and implementation of new algorithms in computer algebra, mainly for the open source system GAP. During this time he has juggled a lot with mathematical "big data" like group orbits containing trillions of points.  Recently he has returned from St Andrews in Scotland to Germany, has shifted his focus to NoSQL databases and now helps to develop ArangoDB.

Thanks to our friends at GrubHub/Seamless for hosting this event and providing snacks and refreshments.

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  • Max N.

    I have put the presentation slides at
    https://www.arangodb.org/presentations/NewYorkJava.pdf

    Cheers,
    Max

    November 11, 2014

  • Alon H.

    How can we get access to the presentation?

    November 11, 2014

  • Jerry A.

    Building entrance marked Bryant Park (not Park Lane)
    sorry

    1 · November 10, 2014

  • Jerry A.

    Should not mention 1065 Av of Americas as Av of Americas entrances closed for construction. Building entrance marked Park Lane, on 40th between Broadway and Av of Americas, DIAGONALLY (not directly) across 40th St from Courtyard Marriott
    Guard at building entrance adamantly refused entrance before 6:30 meeting,
    Guard erroneously insisted that meetup organizers would come to lobby to admit attendees. Very annoying.
    Outstanding presentation from Max Neunhoffer.
    Beautiful meeting facility and very nice refreshments from hospitable Grub Hub/Seamless hosts.

    November 10, 2014

  • Elliot N.

    I have posted my meeting notes on http://newyorktechtalksummaries.wordpress.com/

    1 · November 10, 2014

  • Timothy F.

    FYI, those having difficulty finding the building, it has been renamed 5 Bryant Park and the entrance is on 40th street between 6th and Broadway

    November 10, 2014

    • Ayodele A.

      thanks I will be there now

      November 10, 2014

  • Andrew S.

    Hi, can you please add me to RSVP?

    November 10, 2014

  • Sam S.

    Hi im Sam. I need help with my java H.W. lol. Its difficult but im trying.

    November 3, 2014

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