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Tuesday, April 21 • 3:50pm - 4:05pm
Writing Neo4j procedures in Kotlin

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At the Port of Rotterdam we love to use cool technologies, like Neo4J and Kotlin. When we started to hit the limits of (our understanding of) Cypher we decided to run our algorithm directly on Neo4j using a user-defined procedure. But while all our software is written in Kotlin, the documentation only mentioned Java and on Google we only found some small examples. Our algorithm had to run in production within 2 months.
Within 15 minutes we’ll share our experiences, tips & tricks on writing performing and stable user-defined procedures in Kotlin.

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Riccardo Lippolis

Software Engineer, Port of Rotterdam
An inquiring and experienced Java/Kotlin Software Engineer with a passion for solving complex problems. He works for JDriven (currently at the Port of Rotterdam), where he shares his passion and drive with other enthusiasts. He has spoken at several international conferences, including... Read More →
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Jorrit van der Ven

Port of Rotterdam
Jorrit is a Kotlin/Java developer working at JDriven in the Netherlands. He loves to learn about new technologies and to share his knowledge with others. In his spare time he likes to make his house a bit smarter using wires, chips and a soldering iron. He has spoken at several international... Read More →

Tuesday April 21, 2020 3:50pm - 4:05pm EDT
Room 6