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Python And Graph Databases Slidedeck

Nice GraphDB and NoSQL Talk

This is a wonderful talk by Max DeMarzi (he has a very informative blog as well). If you are new to NoSQL or Graph Databases, I highly recommend this video.

One comment stuck out for me:

You’re never gonna run out of nodes when you get to half a trillion…

That is a really big number, but I wonder how many years that statement will stand. If you have any thoughts, please leave a comment.

ChiSC: Max DeMarzi – Is Your Problem a Graph Problem? from 8th Light on Vimeo.

A Comparison of NoSQL Offerings

Kristof Kovacs put together an excellent comparisons of the different NoSQL products. Here are the products it covers.

  • MongoDB
  • Riak
  • CouchDB
  • Redis
  • HBase
  • Neo4j
  • Cassandra
  • Membase

Neo4j and Bioinformatics Webinar

Neo Technology, the company behind the graph database Neo4j, is hosting a webinar on Thursday. Pablo Pareja from the Bio4j project will provide an overview of bioinformatics and neo4j, as well as some applications.

Bioinformatics can be viewed as data science for biology. Bioinformatics was cool before data science was even a term.

If you are interested in learning more about bioinformatics and graph databases, the register for this webinar and start learning.