In this talk, Nicki Watt and Michal Bachman present lessons learned (and being learned) on an active Neo4j project - Opigram: a socially orientated recommendation engine which is already live with some 150k users and growing.
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Michal Bachman is Founder and Principal Consultant at GraphAware, where he helps companies of all sizes succeed with Neo4j. He's also a certified Spring trainer.
Nicki Watt is co-author of the upcoming Programming Spring book, a senior consultant at OpenCredo, and a keen lean advocate, with experience in building enterprise application solutions in