Introduction to Graph Databases with Neo4j


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Awesome technical talk about a tough subject.

Anonymous at 15:43 on 5 Feb 2016

Best talk of the conference so far. Information delivered extremely well with relevant examples and great in depth information based on audience questions. GREAT JOB MIKE!

I've been looking into Neo4j for a few years and the idea always intrigued me but it never clicked on how I could use it in my work. Michael presented a few easy to understand real world examples that helped it finally click for me.

The presentation and speaker were super simple to understand and follow.

Speaker was very knowledgeable of the subject matter and covered enough to help the audience get their heads wrapped around a tough topic.

perfectly pitched for an intro with both theory and practicality, and bringing in the Euler example was a perfect touch

Alex Vinot at 17:26 on 5 Feb 2016

Very interesting.

Sasa Todoric at 10:15 on 6 Feb 2016

Seems very useful. Will try to do couple projects with neo4j. Thanks

Well done

Dana Luther at 20:09 on 6 Feb 2016

Very clearly presented, with excellent examples.

Michael did a great job of introducing the concepts, uses, and tools of graph databases. This is a subject with which I was totally unfamiliar, but I left the talk with an understanding of the potential value of these databases. The examples he provided were interesting and informative.

Jacob Wolowitz at 10:51 on 9 Feb 2016

Excellent presentation, content, and explanation.

If the other conference attendees could please return the pieces of my exploded head that littered this room, I would greatly appreciate it. Michael did a great job of presenting the usefulness of this tool. The included code was practically useful and understandable as were both the abstract and practical demonstrations. I was surprised by how easy it is to download Neo4j and get going.

Excellent talk