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Graph Databases Power Marvel Universe's Social Network

During the presentation, Olson used the spandex-clad archer Hawkeye as an example. Throughout his career, the character has alternated between being a villain, a hero, and a covert operative. Additionally, other characters have assumed the mantle of Hawkeye at different points in time, while the man under the mask himself, Clint Barton, has adopted other identities as well.

Ignore it if you are not into comics. Of if you are a DC fan.

Original title and link: Graph Databases Power Marvel Universe’s Social Network (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://www.neotechnology.com/neo4j-powers-marvel-universes-social-network/