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DevNexus 2024

Devnexus is the premier conference for professional software developers who want to hear from and interact directly with internationally-acclaimed presenters and technologists while also connecting with like-minded developers who are mastering their craft in a range of relevant technologies.

Join Jennifer Reif as she discusses how to translate part or all data from a relational format into a graph in her talk, Connect the Tables: How to Graph Relational Databases.

Description: You might have heard about graphs, but what if you already have a relational database? How do you incorporate something new? This session will show you how to translate part or all data from a relational format into a graph. We will cover the basics of migrating the model and practical steps for actually implementing it. We will walk through naming and case conventions for graphs, as well as some principles for a successful graph model. At each step, we will show live code for making this work in the real world. Come to this session to get concrete steps for graphing relational databases.


Give Your LLMs a Left Brain by Stephen Chin

Description: The human brain is divided into two hemispheres, each of which specializes in different types of tasks. Your right brain excels at imagination, intuition, art, rhythm, feelings, and dreams. Meanwhile, the left brain is more analytical and focused on logic, sequencing, linear thinking, and mathematics. Like a human brain, generative AI excels at certain tasks, especially those related to right-brain creative activities. However, the absence of relevant and up-to-date information produces confusing hallucinations that are not grounded in reality. This presentation will explore how knowledge graphs built with factual and updated information can complement LLMs via retrieval augment generation (RAG) to produce more reliable results.
Start:
April 9 @ 8:00 am
End:
April 11 @ 5:00 pm