Tom Michiels: featured community member of NEO4J
We love to tap into the power of graph models and propagate this wisdom.
Last Friday, our data expert Tom Michiels taught students of Thomas Moore how to think in graphs with NEO4J and how to avoid common pitfalls.
NEO4J also recognises Tom as an expert and honours him as latest featured community member. Tom has been part of the Neo4j community for several years, and will be particularly well known to NEO4J users in Belgium, where he has presented at meetups and given training sessions. Tom has also been a contributor to the popular APOC library.
We use graph models to create value for our clients
Graph databases help us to overcome the obstacles of connecting data.
We visualised relationships between different actors in the cleantech field for I-Cleantech Flanders.
A social graph helped us to map parliament questions, we gained insights on the questions that are being asked by politicians in the parliament.