Graph Databases, a little connected tour

Francisco Fernández Castaño


There are many kinds of NoSQL databases like, document databases, key-value, column databases and graph databases. In some scenarios is more convenient to store our data as a graph, because we want to extract and study information relative to these connections. In this scenario, graph databases are the ideal, they are designed and implemented to deal with connected information in a efficient way. In this talk we will study why this databases are interesting, how model our domain with graphs, and some real use cases using Neo4J.

Language: English

Level: middle

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Francisco Fernández Castaño

Software Engineer - Biicode

I'm a software engineer working at biicode. I'm focused on backend and CLI client. My main language is Python, but I feel comfortable in other languages too. I'm interested in distributed systems, graph databases and also in functional programming.