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Neo4j 2.0 Intro Training

Michael Hunger (Neo Technology)
Databases & Datastores
E143/144
Tutorial Please note: to attend, your registration must include Tutorials.
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THIS TUTORIAL HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW

With the newest version of Neo4j out in the wild as a final release, we have a lot of new things to talk about: from changes to our core data model to new language concepts and keywords as well as all new interactive use-cases.

This training offers the first step in building a good knowledge of graph databases, and covers the core functionality of the open source Neo4j graph database. With a mixture of theory and hands-on practice sessions, you will quickly learn how easy it is to work with a powerful graph database using Cypher as the query language.

What will you learn?

  • An understanding of graph databases
  • Install and operate Neo4j
  • Use the Neo4j development tools productively
  • Exploit the strengths of the Property Graph model and the Cypher query language
  • Build confidence in building a graph enabled application

Which topics will we cover?

  • Introduction to Neo4j
  • Introduction to the Cypher graph query language
  • Advanced Cypher Usage
  • Social, logistics, recommendation, scientific and other use-cases in real world domains
  • Opportunity to consult first hand with concrete questions on current projects, possible implementations and proof of concepts

TUTORIAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES

* Attendees won’t need any previous experience with Neo4j, NOSQL databases or specific development languages, but will need their own laptop with Neo4j 2.x installed.
* Link to pre-install Neo4j.

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Michael Hunger

Neo Technology

Michael Hunger has been passionate about software development for a long time. He is particularly interested in the people who develop software, software craftsmanship, programming languages, and improving code.

For the last two years he has been working with Neo Technology on the Neo4j graph database. As the project lead of Spring Data Neo4j he helped developing the idea to become a convenient and complete solution for object graph mapping. He is also taking care of Neo4j cloud hosting efforts.

As a developer he loves to work with many aspects of programming languages, learning new things every day, participating in exciting and ambitious open source projects and contributing to different programming related books. Michael is a frequent speaker at industry events and is an active editor and interviewer at InfoQ.