E.g., 11/12/2018

E.g., 11/12/2018

Episode 70
Oct 23, 2018 • By: Patrick McFadin

Dave Bechberger returns to the show to discuss what you should be thinking about when adding graph databases to legacy applications, and to take us to school on being production ready.

Episode 66
Sep 25, 2018 • By: Amanda Moran, Denise Gosnell

Amanda sits down with Dr. Denise Gosnell at Graph Day to discuss highlights from her keynote.

Episode 54
Jul 03, 2018 • By: Jonathan Lacefield, Jeff Carpenter

We sit down with Jonathan Lacefield to discuss the latest trends in graph processing, from DataStax perspective?  Talk through how the challenges being associated with graph are evolving, current tips/tricks, tools being seen, etc.

Episode 51
Jun 12, 2018 • By: Jeff Carpenter, David Gilardi

David and Jeff talk with Ted Wilmes from Expero about best practices regarding DSE Graph and the importance of proper data modeling.

Episode 41
Apr 03, 2018 • By: David Gilardi, Jeff Carpenter

Migrating from a Relational application to a Graph based application is an undertaking that takes forethought, planning and the right use case.  The challenges with taking a team used to working in a relational world and transitioning them to a distributed, eventually consistent system based on a graph are many.  In this episode we talk to Dave Bechberger who is the Chief Software for Gene By Gene which is a Bioinformatics company specializing in Genetic Genealogy. Dave will share his experience and learnings from migrating their relational application to a graph based one.

Episode 25
Dec 12, 2017 • By: David Gilardi, Patrick McFadin

Patrick McFadin talks with David Gilardi about the new recommendation engine recently added to the KillrVideo reference application using DSE Graph and Java DSL’s (Domain Specific Language).

Episode 20
Nov 07, 2017 • By: Stephen Mallette, David Gilardi

David Gilardi talks with Stephen Mallette about domain specific languages for graph databases in Java, when you should use a DSL, and some of the implementation details you’ll want to know to succeed.

Episode 16
Oct 10, 2017 • By: Denise Gosnell, Patrick McFadin

Denise Gosnell talks about working with Graph and why not every problem is a graph problem.