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Scott M. Fulton, III

Head of Developer Organic Marketing, Neo4j AuraDB

Scott M. Fulton, III is a 37-year-veteran producer and editor of technology journalism and education, including most recently as contributing editor for ZDNet, Data Center Knowledge, and The New Stack. He was Managing Editor of Betanews, Enterprise Editor for ReadWriteWeb, Senior News Editor for Tom’s Hardware Guide, and in the days before the Earth’s magma cooled, a member of Computer Shopper magazine’s original editorial team. As “D. F. Scott,” he authored 17 books under his own pseudonym, and made countless contributions to dozens of other books, including with his wife and co-editor Jennifer. During the 1980s, he was “sys-op” of history’s second Internet-accessible magazine-branded online publication, the Computer Shopper Information Exchange.

Latest Posts by Scott M. Fulton, III

What Is Graph Embedding? How to Solve Bigger Problems at Scale

Cover image of how lasers generate an artificial reference star for the ESO Paranal Observatory in Chile, licensed under Wikimedia Commons. See “Node to Knowledge Graph Embeddings” with author Tomaž Bratanič, live during Neo4j’s NODES 2022 live streaming webcast at 1500 GMT / 11:00 am... read more

The New Normal: What I Learned (or Un-Learned) at GraphConnect 2022

A tremendous amount of database science is devoted to the fine art of “normalization” – making your data easier for their databases to digest. Time to ask yourself: Who does normalization actually serve? Graph computing solves problems. It solves them by modeling those problems using... read more