Graph Databases Will Change Your Freaking Life


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Adrian Burden at 12:15 on 17 Sep 2016

Good topic, this definitely was a good intro for me to graph databases. Thanks

I've never seen Ed do a non-OSMI talk before. He's awesome! I just wish he would've had more time. Excellent talk, really got the point across in the limited time (graph dbs rock), and people all around the venue are talking about it over lunch so clearly I'm not alone in that opinion.

Menno van Ens at 23:15 on 17 Sep 2016

This is one of those talks that lifts developers over that initial threshold to try out a new technology that deviates from their current stack.
Excellent live examples and a well crafted talk.

Ian Littman at 17:53 on 18 Sep 2016

Great topic, solid delivery. No ivory tower pretense. Just examples of how you'd use graph databases, with Neo4J as the example (I mean, he works at a hosted Neo4J provider, so that makes sense) to solve problems that are a real pain in an RDBMS. I think his talk was accessible enough that there'll be plenty of folks using Neo4J for the first time as a result of that talk, and that's great.

Ben Shoemaker at 07:16 on 19 Sep 2016

Talk was pretty much accurately named.

Adam Bassett at 10:14 on 19 Sep 2016

Great talk! I had never even heard of graph databases before this and will be exploring this soon!

This was a fascinating talk and challenged my perception of what a database can and should be. There are so many examples I have encountered where a graph database would have been the perfect solution. The examples were simple enough for anyone with basic sql experience to grasp but complex enough to highlight the features of graph dbs. I would be interested in hearing more. Good Talk