'The State of Graph Databases in 2020' Tweet Chat

Posted by Kirk Newell on Jun 20, 2020 12:11:00 PM
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Recently, we tweet chatted with Big Data thought leaders Steve Sarsfield of Cambridge Semantics (@stevesarsfield), Joseph di Paolantonio of Constellation Research (@JAdP), Claudia Imhoff of Boulder BI Brain Trust and Intelligent Solutions (@Claudia_Imhoff), George Anadiotis of ZDNet (@linked_do), Tony Baer of dbInsight (@TonyBaer), Kurt Cagle of Semantic Data Group (@kurt_cagle), Carl Olofson of IDC (@databaseguru) and Tim King of Solutions Review (@BigData_Review) about 'The State of Graph Databases in 2020'. In this wide-ranging conversation we discuss graph database adoption, its application to COVID-19 data and which language is best. Read the full chat below to get their insights.

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