Interview with Jim Webber on narratives and graphs

Jim Webber, GOTO Distinguished Speaker, discusses narratives and graphs with Ryan Slobojan. Topics covered include his first talk given at a Trifork conference, conferences attended, the benefits of giving talks at conferences, the importance of narratives and history, the challenge of first discovery, commonalities between REST and graphs, the Web as a graph, Semantic Web, graphs and triples, polyglot persistence, Neo4j, drivers of graph adoption, applications of graphs, and combining genetic algorithms and graphs.