Business is booming these days for graph databases–maybe it took COVID to show us how connected everything is–and that’s good news for Franz, which develops a semantic graph database called AllegroGraph. Just the same, you won’t find CEO Jans Aasman spending much time convincing developers of a certain age to use it.
The problem with younger developers, he explains, is that they’re usually interested in using the graph database to build point solutions to solve specific problems, as opposed to creating a wide base of knowledge that can not only solve a specific problem but be used with future solutions too. Plus, building point solutions exacerbates the data silo problem, he says.
Read more: https://www.datanami.com/2021/07/30/why-young-developers-dont-get-knowledge-graphs/
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