This month we'll be joined by a selection of driver authors from our UK community to give us an overview of some of the drivers available in the Neo4j ecosystem.
In this session Nigel Small and Simon Harrison will walk through graphing with Neo4j and Python.
Having begun BASIC programming on a Dragon 32 in 1983, I have always had a keen interest in technology. Over the past fifteen years, I have worked mainly in back-end system development and data management.
Simon Harrison is an Application Developer at onefinestay.
In this session Dom Davis will walk through graphing with Neo4j and node.js.
Dom Davis is a veteran of The City and a casualty of The Financial Crisis. Not content with bringing the world to its knees he then went off to help break the internet before winding up in Norfolk. A seasoned developer, he is now CTO and technology evangelist at a shiny new startup that's doing bad things to innocent graphs. Dom is an enthusiastic and impassioned speaker [read: he gabbles] who uses a blend of irreverent sarcasm and flippant humour to bring complex subjects to a broad audience. Whether or not they understand him is up for debate, but he likes to believe they do.
In this session Mark Needham will walk through graphing with Neo4j and R.
Mark is a graph advocate and field engineer for Neo Technology, the company behind the Neo4j graph database. As a field engineer, Mark helps customers embrace graph data and Neo4j by building sophisticated solutions to challenging data problems.
In this session Vince Bickers will walk through graphing with Neo4j and Spring.
Vince Bickers is a Principal Consultant at GraphAware and the main author of Spring Data Neo4j (v4). He has been writing software and leading software development teams for almost 30 years, at organisations like Vodafone, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Network Rail, UBS, VMWare, ConocoPhillips, Aviva, and British Gas.