This month, we're thrilled to have Nashville ex-pat, Jeremy Kendall, back in town to speak:
While relational databases sit at the core of most of today’s applications, they are not always the best fit for certain data needs. That’s why when building applications with rich connections, analyzing trends and seeing commonalities within data, developers at places like Cisco, Adobe and Twitter have increasingly turned to graph databases.
In this discussion, we'll dive into Neo4j, a popular graph database, and demonstrate how to solve complex, connected data problems with a look at examples demonstrating the power, speed and simplicity of using graph databases. We'll close with a look at some caveats as well as glimpse into the future of graph databases.
Food and drink this month are provided by Graph Story (http://www.graphstory.com/); our thanks for their support!
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