Do You Need a Graph Database? (Online Seminar)
Unlike many new databases, graph databases are not a variation on or a simplification of relational databases. Instead they require new ways of thinking and modeling data. In return they can answer truly novel questions.
Unfortunately, I had to miss the live Apple event last week. So I took a little time this weekend to wade through it and came across a rather magical little multi-touch moment from the iPad Pro demonstration.read more
“Can’t we just…”
I know the phrase. I can’t specify the last instance I heard it. And, worst of all, I’ve said it myself. If I close my eyes, I can see the meeting rooms I’ve heard it in…which is every meeting I’ve ever been in.
What do my users want to do with Big Data? How do they want to visualize it, interact with it and manage it? How big is my data, really? How much data can a human deal with at one time, and how much data should we process at one time? How can the UX accommodate data sources that respond at different rates? Join Expero’s Lynn Pausic and Palladium Consulting’s Sebastian Good.read more