Too many conferences sessions are entirely based on slideware full of engaging pictures and funny slogans. Sharing something that can only be learned by experience is way more effective when practical examples are involved! NoSlidesConf is about step-by-step technical sessions showing how to get code up and running: 45-minute demos with live changes to code and configuration.
Don’t miss the OrientDB team in this years NoSlidesConf for Roberto Franchini’s and Luigi Dell’Aquilla’s hands on demo of OrientDB. See how OrientDB is readily equipped to tackle modern use cases and works perfectly for social & geospatial secenarios. Make the most out of your data by leveraging the power of graphs and the flexibility of documents with a true Multi-Model Database solution!
Kotlin social graph @ 12:00 pm
Join Roberto Franchini,Senior Software Engineer at OrientDB, at this years NoSlidesConf. How to fetch and persist the Twitter stream to an OrientDB graph database using Kotlin as main language, with the support of Docker, of course. Roberto will present examples of OrientDB running in a Docker container, Twitter4j for fetching the Twitter stream, Kotlin to code.
Graphs made easy with OrientDB @ 05:15 pm
Join Luigi Dell’Aquila, Core developer and director of consulting at OrientDB, at this years NoSlidesConf. Modeling and querying persistent data structures can be tricky when they involve semi-structured data, complex relationships (with deep traversal) and physical information like geographical positions, areas, shapes and so on. Bad news is that almost all modern applications have to manage such kind of data. In this session we will see how to use OrientDB v2.2 Document-Graph engine and its new Geospatial Indexes to efficiently manage and query connected, spatial information. Of course we will also display these data on an Angular2+GoogleMaps front-end.