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Why relationships are cool… Relationship in RDBMS vs graph databases

I have to agree with Patrick Durusau on this:

I have been trying to avoid graph “intro” slides and presentations.

There are only so many times you can stand to hear “…all the world is a graph…” as though that’s news. To anyone.

This presentation by Luca is different from the usual introduction to graphs presentation.

Original title and link: Why relationships are cool… Relationship in RDBMS vs graph databases (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)