Graphs, Edges & Nodes: Untangling the Social Web

Joël Perras (19.May.2010 at 11:30)
Talk at TEK·X (English - US)

Rating: 4 of 5

Graphs, Edges & Nodes: Untangling the Social Web

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Rating: 4 of 5

19.May.2010 at 12:09 by Jeremy Kendall (82 comments)

Joël Perras knows his shit. Great info. Looking forward to the posted slides.

Rating: 4 of 5

19.May.2010 at 12:14 by Bradley Holt (38 comments)

Great introduction to graph theory. Would liked to have seen some discussion of Linked Data (e.g. Semantic Web/RDF/RDFa).

Rating: 5 of 5

19.May.2010 at 13:15 by Herman Radtke (10 comments)

Was pleasantly surprised by the amount of time spent discussing Redis. Great examples and just an overall fun session to listen to.

Rating: 4 of 5

19.May.2010 at 13:40 by David Ross (5 comments)

Wasn't expecting to learn about what datastores are out there - handy info.

Rating: 4 of 5

19.May.2010 at 13:46 by Rafael Dohms (138 comments)

Great topic very easily exposed, but i would have liked more details and technical info.

Rating: 5 of 5

19.May.2010 at 13:57 by Nate Abele (8 comments)

I'm a little biased but this was an awesome talk. My only suggestion: stepping people through actual implementations of practical examples of reasonable complexity.

Rating: 4 of 5

19.May.2010 at 15:19 by Chris Hartjes (39 comments)

Great intro to the topic (I've been reading "Programming Collective Intelligence") but it would've been better with more examples of how to actually use something like Neo4J or Redis. You had one example (friend-of-a-friend) but hard to visualize setting reasonably more complicated stuff.

Rating: 4 of 5

19.May.2010 at 17:09 by Garrison Locke (23 comments)

Great intro for people who didn't know much about graph theory, but it was hard to connect the details of the specific datastores to practical everyday situations. I would have liked to see more examples.

Rating: 5 of 5

20.May.2010 at 08:44 by James Bush (25 comments)

I really enjoyed this one. I took classes on graph theory in college eons ago, and thought this was a great refresher. Thanks for the pointers to specific datastores and visualizer tools.

Rating: 5 of 5

20.May.2010 at 15:38 by Jake Smith (71 comments)

I kinda just wandered into this talk having "zero clue" what it was really about, but I'm very glad I attended. The speaker did a great job of easing everyone into the concept and shared resources to help get you started.

Rating: 4 of 5

20.May.2010 at 16:47 by Elizabeth Marie Smith (69 comments)

As I'm seeing in a lot of talks (including my own) - although the intro and how to use is great... adding use cases and real world examples would really make it interesting and useful for users (that and I want PECL extension please ;)

Speaker comment:

21.May.2010 at 19:50 by Joël Perras (9 comments)

Thanks for all the comments everyone! I'm happy that it was well received, and I'll be updating the talk for future presentations to address some of the great feedback I've gotten.

Rating: 4 of 5

21.May.2010 at 20:33 by John Congdon (44 comments)

Not sure what I was expecting from the description. I learned a lot, but was expecting something else. Maybe just tweak the talk description.

Rating: 4 of 5

22.May.2010 at 11:19 by Joey Trapp (17 comments)

Graph theory was not something I have ever really seen before, so the beginning of the talk was great as a basic overview. I learned a great deal about this concept, but am still unsure of how it can help me in my day to day work.

Rating: 5 of 5

24.May.2010 at 10:42 by Moses Ngone (12 comments)

Not what i expecting, but kept my interest regardless

Rating: 5 of 5

25.May.2010 at 09:17 by Michael Lehmkuhl (27 comments)

"Joël Perras knows his shit." I'll second that. Very informative overview of graph theory that got me thinking about different ways to implement social networking functionality.

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