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Beyond Databases: What Graphs Do and Tables Don't

Standard Insurance Center Auditorium
900 SW 5th Avenue
Portland, Oregon 97204, United States (map)



Fellow Lovers of Data, join me for this great opportunity for face-to-face education. For more information and to register, go to damapdx.org.

Kevin Van Gundy, Graph Advocate at Neo Technology, will be coming to our Portland DAMA group Tuesday June 16th to present, explain and discuss Graph Databases. This is a high level discussion around graph databases that starts with an overview of Graph Databases as a category, why graphs matter, and then reviews the difference between relational, other NoSQL stores, and graph models. Kevin will use Neo4j as the basis for a practical discussion of how graphs are implemented in the real world, as well as demonstrate how to query Neo4j using the Cypher Query Language.

No prior knowledge on graph databases is required.

Date: Tuesday June 16. Location: Downtown Portland. Time: 8:30 to 11:30am

Free for members and employees of corporate members. $15 for non-members to cover refreshments and speaker travel costs. $5 for students with valid ID.

The Portland Data Management user group (DAMAPDX.org) is dedicated to delivering thought provoking, data-centric presentations that will make you more successful as a data professional. We are volunteer-run organization serving our local data community since the 1980s.