ZODB: The Graph Database for Python Developers

June 30, 2018, 11:30 a.m. - 11:55 a.m.

ZODB is a mature graph database written in Python and optimized in C. Just subclass off of class Persistent Object, and Persistent Container, and your objects, graphs and applications become persistent. This talk teaches you what you need to know to start using a pythonic graph database.

Christopher Lozinski

Christopher Lozinski is an MIT graduate, serial entrepreneur, dual US-EU citizen, and polyglot. Instead of seeking Venture Capital, he moved from Silicon Valley to Poland. He started using a graph database in 1999, and has since used it to build a number of products, most recently PythonLinks.info

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