At Uber, he is a member of the knowledge graph team, and leads a company-wide effort to unify data models and schemas across RPC, streaming, and storage. He also happens to be a fanboy of urban air mobility. Joshua has a deep-seated fascination with languages and knowledge representation which goes beyond his professional life.
Talks covered by this speaker
In Search of the Universal Data Model
Graph Databases Will Rule the World in the 2020s. But Why, and How?
Categories covered by Joshua
About this Speaker
Joshua Shinavier is a research scientist at Uber, and a co-founder of what is now Apache TinkerPop, holding a Ph.D. in Web Science from RPI’s Tetherless World Constellation. He contributed to the first common APIs for graph databases, the original TinkerPop query language which influenced Gremlin, and the first tools which aligned the property graph and RDF data models, starting with neo4j-rdf-sail in 2008.
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