ROMA 23+24.03.2012

  • Facoltà di Ingegneria
  • di Roma Tre
  • Via Vito Volterra, 48
  • EVENTO GRATUITO

Talk

in
Italiano

Graph databases: time for the serious stuff

di 
Alessandro Nadalin (DNSEE) ,  David Funaro (dnsee)

Target audience

Developer
Chief Technology Officer
Student

ABSTRACT

Graph databases are not widespread in the development communities, although they are a swiss-army knife for problem that the relational model can't simple handle well. In this talk we're gonna talk for a few minutes about the graph theory, see how to easily solve a few relational anti-patterns with graph databases and how to integrate them in your next project. At the end we will take a practical look to OrientDB, "next big thing" of the NoSQL ecosystem, through its PHP Data Mapper, "Orient".

BIO Alessandro Nadalin

Alessandro is a software agilist in DNSEE, an italian firm based in Rome. A frequent speaker at local conferences and a shy contributor of some OS projects, he's currently busy, with his company, in the development of an OS Content Management Framework based on a NoSQL GraphDB. In the spare time, a biker and drummer. In other spare time, REST evangelist.

BIO David Funaro

David is a software engineer with passion for coding and any kind of technology Passionate about "new" ways for data management, is currently exploring the world of graph databases, in particular OrientDB. Recently he started to spread my word in a few conferences, in- and out-side Italy, after a couple years of intense attendance at any kind of conference.

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Tipo di sessione: 
Technical Talk

23 March 2012

h12.20

durata 40'