Hands-on Introduction to the Titan Graph Database (Santa Clara)
Friday, October 18, 2013 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (PDT)
Santa Clara, United States
Note: This class was originally scheduled for October 7. We have had to reschedule the class. The new date is Friday, October 18.
This is the first class ever offered on the Titan Graph Database.
You will need to bring your laptop to class.
No prior experience with graph databases is required.
Matthias Broecheler @MBroecheler, a core member of the Aurelius team, has researched large scale graph database systems for more than 5 years. Matthias is best known as lead developer of the Titan distributed graph database. His award-winning work includes high performance index structures and query answering algorithms for graph structured data. Matthiasalso developed the Probabilistic Similarity Logic (PSL) machine learning framework to analyze and reason about multi-relational data. Matthias holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Maryland.
Paco Nathan @pacoid , Chief Scientist for Mesosphere, Inc. in SF, is known as a “player/coach” data scientist who's led innovative Data teams building large-scale apps for 10+ years. As a recognized expert in distributed systems, machine learning, predictive modeling, cloud computing, Enterprise data workflows, and Open Data, Paco is an O'Reilly author and a developer evangelist for the Mesos and Cascading open source projects. Paco received his BS Math Sci and MS Comp Sci degrees from Stanford University, and has 25+ years technology industry experience ranging from Bell Labs to early-stage start-ups.
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