I'm an entrepreneur that has chosen to use Neo4j in an app we're building.
After many years and projects in SQL, I decided to visit one of the Neo4j events. I decided to visit it because I've always experienced working in the former as a necessary evil, rather than something that's fun. Also, I always really loved the mathematical notion of a graph when studying mathematics.
The overall vibe during the event was really good, including some in-depth yet lighthearted content. It sparked an interest in me, which I gradually fed by watching William Lyon's stellar podcasts and examples. This has culminated in us committing to using Neo4j for a new project.
And I have to say - I'm having FUN, quite like when I made the switch from C++ to Python. For certain use-cases, it just makes a lot more sense. The ecosystem the Neo4j team has created is quite something, thank you. I tip my hat to you.