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Technology moves fast! If you're stuck in your cube editing Java 1.3 code or messing with PowerBuilder, you probably live in an area of the country where there's only one employer. Most of us have to figure out what we need to learn, or at least become acquainted with, just to keep our careers on track.
Open Software Integrators is hosting the Triangle Android Developers Group! OSI will be providing pizza, drinks and wifi.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Open Software Integrators
345 W. Main St. Suite 201
Durham, NC 27701
About the group:
Press Release: Open Software Integrators Wins Alfred P. Sloan Award for Excellence in Workplace Effectiveness & Flexbility
By the time Java 8 comes out, it'll be another two to five years behind .Net -- and Microsoft's coordinated front
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Expensify’s CEO, David Barrett has an accounting problem. He thinks that number of hours worked is a great way to judge work ethic. In fact, his first post started kind of strong, but his follow up degraded into the kind of thing that points at two basic problems: an accounting problem and a project management problem.
Based on the popular concept of an Un-Conference, we will have lightning talks based on who is doing interesting Graph things and who shows up. Additionally, we will do hands-on mentored 'up and graphing' labs for those aspiring graphistas and pair-graphing for those who want to explore a GraphDB idea.
Come prepared to tell the crowd something interesting about your graph DB goodness!
6:30 - Pizza & Bull City Burger Beer, yum
7:00 - Welcome
Still using an RDBMS for friend-of-a-friend queries? Big mistake. Enlist a graph database using Neo4j instead
DURHAM, N.C., July 29, 2013 -- Open Software Integrators, LLC (OSI), the open source professional services company, today announced a partnership with 10gen, the MongoDB company and leading NoSQL database.
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Thanks to Michael Brush who contributed significantly to this article. -- ACO
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