Caught in a Web: Untangling Graph Structures

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Linked data is everywhere: Object graphs, nested Documents, git commits. The structure of those links is often just as valuable as the data itself. This is why knowing how to store and manage those links opens opportunities. This talk will show you how to represent this data in PHP and how to use common algorithms to utilize the structure.

You will hear how we tamed nested documents to order their insertion into a relational database and show you all the places where these kinds of links appear.

We will close out with a little peek at how applying this knowledge can even help you guide the development of your code base.

This will enable you to spot the links in your data and apply well-known methods to get the most out of it.

Delivered in English
Room: room

Thursday, December 7, 2023 at 17:05 PM – 17:40 PM

Intermediate talk, some familiarity with the topic required.