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Graph Databases: What You Can Do With Them & What the Future Holds

Andreas Kollegger, Senior Product Designer, Neo4j

Free PIZZA, swag, beer, food & drinks + lots more!

A Database Month event

In this talk, you will learn the fundamentals of graph database technology and how to leverage its power to gain new insights from your data. We will also explore the next wave of graph technology and discuss what to expect in the future of scalable graph databases.

The ability to make connections in the world around us is a fundamental advantage of our humanity. The more efficiently we can make sense of the things around us, the stronger/faster/better we can be.

Now, imagine applying that thinking to your business and using those data-relationships to make connections between individual data records, thus transforming the data that you already have into something much more powerful.

When you store data as a network of interconnected relationships, new insights arise that were not previously possible with traditional data-stores. As a result, data is transformed so that recommendations become more precise, network dependencies are mapped and tracked in real time, and it becomes the norm to have 360 degree views of a customer.

Andreas Kollegger, Senior Product Designer, Neo4j

Andreas Kollegger is a technological humanist. Starting at NASA, Andreas designed systems from scratch to support science missions. Then, in Zambia, he built medical informatics systems that complement technology with social good. Now with Neo4j, he is democratizing graph databases that elevate understanding by emphasizing relationships. He currently heads the Product Design team at Neo4j.

Swag giveaway + food/drinks at 6:30pm
Power-Networking at 6:35pm 
Presentation starts at 6:40pm

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  • Eric David B.

    Video of this event is on

    3 · July 21, 2016

  • Dave M.

    Thank you all for a warm welcome at the NYC Meetup this week. It was great content from Andreas, and great audience participation. If anyone would like to talk to Neo Technology or wants more information, feel free to email me.


    1 · May 27, 2016

  • Kaushalendra Singh Y.

    It was great to know graph databases and how they have improved performances and coding over relational databases. It would be great if we get access to recording and PPT.

    Thanks and Regards,

    3 · May 25, 2016

    • TC M.

      2nd that, I would like to peruse if possible!

      May 26, 2016

  • Peter

    Here's a link to the Panama Papers write-up on the Neo4j site:

    4 · May 25, 2016

  • Kathy M.

    Great talk / discussion. Thank you!

    2 · May 24, 2016

    • Raquel

      I agree.

      May 24, 2016

    • A former member
      A former member

      Agree. Will the slides or video recording be available for this?

      May 24, 2016

  • Ava G.

    is the location changed?

    May 24, 2016

  • Ray R.

    Aside from confirming my attendance here, is there any registration process required or is it first come, first serve?

    1 · May 24, 2016

  • A former member
    A former member

    More than 600 people have responded yes. Is there enough space there?

    3 · May 23, 2016

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