Graph Database - Seattle

Graph-like thinking in action: Developers interested in learning about and working with graph databases for social, spatial, hierarchical or other highly connected data sets. We'll also do some talks on people's use cases around the data sets, finally in the future we'll hold labs and social beer outings around this event.

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Past events

  • Neo4j Internals with Tobias, viking code crusher

    Wed, 24 Oct 2012, 02:00 - 05:00 in Seattle, United States

    You might have seen a few talks on how to use Neo4j for exploiting connected data. But how does Neo4j make working with connected data so effective? In this presentation we'll find out how as Neo4j developer Tobias Lindaaker takes us on a guided tour through the Neo4j's internals.We'll discover how the internal data structures are leveraged to provide fast traversals, how live backups work, and how multiple servers synchronize in an HA cluster.

  • Neo4j Workshop

    Fri, 16 Mar 2012, 02:00 - 04:00 in Seattle, United States

    Seattle, it's time to refresh our enthusiasm for graph-like thinking with a hands-on workshop.What do you think about having a progressive koan programming challenge, either focusing on Cypher or Java coding? We'll provide sample data sets that demonstrate different modeling approaches, and the consequent queries.Note that the Date is really just proposed, and we'll need to pick a host location. Please chime in on the comment thread with any thoughts about the topic, time and place.

  • Neo4j in the Real World

    Fri, 16 Sep 2011, 02:00 - 04:00 in Seattle, United States

    Not a reality TV show, no. But an evening learning about real world use cases for a graph database, citing a mix of actual and abstracted commercial deployments. We'll consider modeling a real domain, performance tuning, and deploying a local or geographically distributed cluster.As always, there will be time for questions and tangents along the way. If you've got a specific domain area that you'd like to hear about, let us know in the comments and we'll try to work that into the material.

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