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Meet up

Graph the Docs- How you can use Neo4j for documentation

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Wednesday, 31st May at CodeNode, London

This meetup is run by Neo4J User Group. Starts at 6:30 PM.

Graph the docs - What happens if you use graph databases for a documentation project?

4 trends are radically transforming how documentation is created an consumed. In this talk you will explain what they are and how they are changing documentation.After a short introduction of Graph databases (for the technical writers in the audience), we’ll then explore 3 traditional application areas for graph databases, and demonstrate their relevancy for documentation projects.

After these more traditional application areas, you will also learn about a new pattern: unfulfilled transient documentation needs, and hear why graph databases are uniquely fit to help identify these need patterns.

Kristoff Van Tomme

Kristof is a Drupal strategist and architect who ended up being sucked in into the open source world after finishing a degree in bioengineering. At Pronovix, the company he co-founded, he’s been working with Drupal since 4.7. A carefully nurtured obsession with reusable, single source documentation and how this technology could be used to create a contribution ecosystem for open source documentation, has culminated in an open source distribution he is building with his team for (developer) documentation portals.

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Overview

Graph the docs - What happens if you use graph databases for a documentation project?

4 trends are radically transforming how documentation is created an consumed. In this talk you will explain what they are and how they are changing documentation.After a short introduction of Graph databases (for the technical writers in the audience), we’ll then explore 3 traditional application areas for graph databases, and demonstrate their relevancy for documentation projects.

After these more traditional application areas, you will also learn about a new pattern: unfulfilled transient documentation needs, and hear why graph databases are uniquely fit to help identify these need patterns.

Kristoff Van Tomme

Kristof is a Drupal strategist and architect who ended up being sucked in into the open source world after finishing a degree in bioengineering. At Pronovix, the company he co-founded, he’s been working with Drupal since 4.7. A carefully nurtured obsession with reusable, single source documentation and how this technology could be used to create a contribution ecosystem for open source documentation, has culminated in an open source distribution he is building with his team for (developer) documentation portals.

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