Neo4J – Graph Databases and the TrumpWorld

When: Wednesday 22 March, 2017

Where: - Next to The Palace Bar, Fleet Street, Templebar

Rik van Bruggen / Neo4j Presents Graph Databases and the TrumpWorld . On Wednesday March 22nd, Neo4j consultant Rik van Bruggen will be in to explore how dark data has influenced TrumpWorld! Rik Van Bruggen @rvanbruggen is a long time graphista that founded the Graph Database meetups in Amsterdam, Brussels and was one of the early participants in the super-successful London meetup. He also wrote a book about Neo4j , is an active blogger and podcaster at on the topic. He lives and works in Belgium, but in Dublin for a couple of days working with different Neo4j clients – and did not want to let the evening go to waste without a nice community event. . Graph Databases and the TrumpWorld Graph Databases have been part of the NOSQL landscape for a long time, but their position is somewhat different than many of the other data platforms that have been taking the world by storm. Rather than focusing on “big” data problems, graph databases have been all about dealing with “dark” data, data that is complex, highly connected and structured as a graph. Using the Neo4j native graph infrastructure, users and customers can get big insights from small data. During this meetup, we will introduce graph databases, position it in today’s polyglot persistence landscape, and illustrate its power using some interesting datasets, among which the “TrumpWorld” dataset covering the network of organisations and people around the 45th president of the USA. Discover More About Neo4j Graph Database Doors open 18:15 / Last Entry 18:55 / Presentation Starts 19:00 REGISTRATION – READ CAREFULLY Meetups in TechMeeetp.Space are designed to enhance the technical knowledge of attendees, and due to the overwhelming demand to attend our events they are always full. PLEASE NOTE – due to the number of people who reserve seats here on Meetup and then do not show up, entry will only be guaranteed by registering on our OFFICIAL PAGE (click).

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