Really - it's just amazing. And the next podcast episode is a true testimony to that. I got to have a chat with a lovely lady all the way over in Canada recently, Estelle Joubert from Dalhousie University. She and her team have been using Neo4j in her amazing field of research, which is all about understanding how music and opera came to be what they are today in a historical perspective. She is best at explaining it herself - so here's our chat:
Here's the transcript of our conversation:
RVB: 00:01:20.209 Hello, everyone. My name is Rik, Rik Van Bruggen from Neo4J, and tonight I am joined by a guest on our podcast all the way from Canada, someone that has been working with, and experimenting with, Neo4j for quite some time in a very interesting domain that I hadn't heard of before. And that's Estelle Joubert from Dalhousie University. Hi, Estelle.