If I say table and you immediately assume that I’m talking about databases, there is a good chance that you work in IT. This is not surprising because, like most developers, you probably took your baby steps with a relational database.
Then one day, you find yourself looking at other kinds of databases, maybe because RDBMS is not a good fit anymore, maybe you’re just curious. Whatever that reason may be, I hope you turned to graph databases.
Before going straight into the concept of graph databases, a short introduction to graphs doesn’t hurt.
Graphs are an abstract representation of…
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