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Graph Databases for Startups: Lessons Learned (w/ Aseem Kishore of FiftyThree)


For our January meetup, Aseem Kishore of FiftyThree will be speaking about his experiences building an early-stage startup, The Thingdom, on Neo4j and Node.js: why he and his team chose to build on a graph database, how they did it, and what lessons they learned along the way.

We'll also be joined by Neo4j's Worldwide Community Manager Pernilla Lindh, as the 5th stop on Neo4j's 2013 World Tour!

Aseem's talk will be technical, but all relevant concepts will be explained. If you're interested in exploring graph databases, you should have a much better understanding of how to work with them after his talk.

About Aseem Kishore
Aseem co-founded The Thingdom, a social network around things that was acquired by FiftyThree in March 2012. As a developer at FiftyThree, he works on tools for mobile creation - such as Paper, FiftyThree's 2012 Apple Design Award-winning app for capturing freeform ideas.

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