Mittwoch, 28. September 2011
From: Pere Urbón Bayes
Subject: Berlin Graph coding dojo, call for participation!
To: Neo4j user discussions , email@example.com
Graph databases, together with graph processing problems, are a trendy topic right now. Neo4j is a well known graph database, but there are also others like OrientDB, DEX, etc. and there are also a big set of graph processing toolsets like Blueprints, Apache Hamma, Google Pregel like systems, etc. So from recomendations systems to routing problems graph processing is an amazing thing to have in your toolset.
With the objective to have together experts and newbies, and for all of them to have the oportunity to learn new things by doing we launch the Berlin Graph Coding Dojo. Next 27 of October 2011 we will meet with the main task of learning and practicing new graph related tasks.
There will be enought food for more experienced people, but also for the ones who just say, ei! graphdbs are cool, lets gonna see what can I do in a short time with theme.
If interested, no mather your level of experience with this topic, show up next 27 of October at the Berlin Coworking Space. Bring your laptop, and in a couple of hours your will for sure solved a new thing using graphs.
For more information you can join: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lots of thanks to the Berlin Coworking Space for making this event possible. Also if you want to be an sponsor, collaborate, give your five cents, whatever!, contact us!.
Berlin Coworking Space [http://g.co/maps/j2tmb]
Montag, 26. September 2011
Hypertable is now available for Windows! http://groups.google.com/group/hypertable-dev/browse_thread/thread/a48a0e08952c6299?pli=1 Congrats for the great work!
Mittwoch, 21. September 2011
Mittwoch, 7. September 2011
the second edition of the worlds first NoSQL Book (written in german) is out since 1st of September! It has nearly 400 pages and includes updates on Membase, OrientDB and much more.
Please recommend or buy directly here.
Stefan Edlich, Achim Friedland, Jens Hampe, Benjamin Brauer, Markus Brückner
"Einstieg in die Welt nichtrelationaler Web 2.0 Datenbanken"
Hanser Verlag, ISBN-13: 978-3-446-42753-2