David was an architect at Four Kitchens where he helped clients successfully reach their goals on the web with technologies like Drupal and Node.js. He provided strategic insight to clients through organizational tech audits, project discoveries, workshops, and through detailed technical designs and architectures. Before joining Four Kitchens, David worked in higher-ed IT for the University of Texas at Austin where he spear headed departmental and university wide web initiatives. David has given presentations or presented training at numerous Drupal Camps including BAD Camp, NYC Camp, Austin Drupal Camp, and Dallas Drupal Days, as well as presentations at Drupalcon in Austin and Los Angeles. David has contributed to modules on Drupal.org and node.js modules on NPM.
Intro to graph databases
Last year we began working with Amazon’s Neptune graph database solution. This AWS-friendly solution places graph database technology into a very familiar eco-system for many enterprises and has allowed us to greatly enhance the performance of real-time highly related customer data from the web, apps, and smart devices.