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Give someone a mobile device for the holidays, and chances are it will be too big to fit in their stocking. Does anyone really want a phone this large?
My family celebrates Hanukkah instead of Christmas. Plus, we decline to worship Apple. How irritating, then, that any high-end Android phone you buy this year will slit your stocking due to its enormous form.
Graph Database Meetup: Introducing Neo4j
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
119 N. Periora St #2E
Chicago, IL 60607
Learn all about Neo4j and the new features of Neo4j 2.0. There will be some great use cases for Neo4j, as well as, sample code to get you started. Come have the "graph epiphany" and start seeing graphs everywhere.
Max De Marzi, Senior Consultant, Neo Technology
Hadoop on the SAN? That is, a hot, disruptive technology demanding new architecture paired with core IT's pet investment? Don't do it!
WebSockets enables instant data exchange and is supported by all modern browsers. Put it to use immediately in your Web apps
To all my readers: Fortunately for me I'm currently in Brazil scaling systems, soaking up 90º F (32.2º C) weather, and having my fill of feijoada and caipirinha. Meanwhile, to keep this blog up to your standards, I've enlisted my main man Jonathan Freeman to educate you while I'm away. Without further ado, here's Jonathan -- front-end guru, big data specialist, and jazz musician. Enjoy and see you in a couple weeks! -- ACO
Hadoop and Graph Databases (Neo4j): Winning Combination for Bioinformatics
Are you in New York and want to learn more about Hadoop & Neo4j? Sign up today for GraphConnect NYC and catch OSI's presentation on the best tools for big data in the bio industry!
November 5 & 6, 2013
OSI Presentation: 2:00 - 2:40pm EST
You've heard the hype. MongoDB is suddenly a 1.2 billion dollar company and one of the hottest tech ventures out there. But what's MongoDB's flagship product good for?
Crunching contextual data about users can sell more stuff -- and in a mobile world, location data rules. Here's how to add location awareness to mobile apps with MongoDB
The surging popularity of Hadoop has paved the way to storing and processing gobs of semistructured data. Batch processing data is a great way to study the past in high definition, but it's constrained by the simple phrase "next time." As in: "Looks like our customers didn't like the way the checkout process went, let's change that for next time."