Who’s Afraid of Graphs?

David Ostrovsky


Graphs are everywhere. Friended someone on Facebook? Graphs. Checked the best route to avoid traffic on Google Maps? Graphs. Those recruiters that keep spamming you with job offers on LinkedIn? They find you through graphs. We’re surrounded by problems that can be best represented and solved through graphs, and yet graph databases and processing frameworks remain an obscure niche accessible mainly to data scientists and academics. It’s time to right the injustice and bring graphs to the masses! This session is an introdution to Neo4j, OrientDB, GraphX, Giraph, and others.

Language: English

Level: Beginner

David Ostrovsky

Senior Solutions Architect - Couchbase

David is a software developer with over 16 years of industry experience, a speaker, trainer, blogger and co-author of the book "Pro Couchbase Server", published by Apress Media and the "Essentials of Developing Windows Store Apps Using C#" and "Advanced Windows Store App Development Using C#" Microsoft official courses (20484, 20485), as well as numerous articles. He specializes in big bata architecture and large-scale distributed systems.

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