Last week, our Editor-in-Chief, Bryce Merkl Sasaki, shined some light back on our Intro to APOC video series (by Michael Hunger) from the YouTube archives for your viewing and listening pleasure.
This week, I’ve selected a fun GraphTour 2018 San Francisco talk on Graph Algorithms and “Game of Thrones,” which is admittedly a bit more fun if you’re a fan of the show (which you 100% should be, and I can fully attest to how quickly a person can catch up).
Couched in all the TV show fun, you’ll also gain concrete, insider explanations about what graph algorithms are, various ways to use them to identify relationships between nodes, and how they are weighted to assert types of relevance.
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About the Author
Jocelyn Hoppa , Managing Editor, Neo4j
Jocelyn has been involved in some form of content creation since graduating with a journalism degree in 1999. With various stints at A&E publications, she eventually helmed rock magazine institution Crawdaddy! as the Editor-in-Chief. Somewhat incongruously, in her free time, she wrote a biography for teens on Isaac Asimov. Today, when not building content around the fascinating world of graphs, she manages her own online music magazine, No Recess!.