James has been working on a really interesting project for the Department for International Development. During his talk, James will be explaining the history of the project, the reasons for moving from a MySQL backend to Neo4j, the benefits and problems that he faced in his experience along the way.
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In his spare time James likes to talk about himself in the third person, attempt to blog about technical things on http://yobriefca.se and troll Twitter as @kouphax