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Workshop: "Neo4j Fundamentals II"

Time: Wednesday 13:00 - 16:00 / Location: Gleacher Center 5

Developers, Administrators, DevOps engineers, DBAs, Business Analysts and students.
Executives and others who want an overview of the Neo4j technology.
Skills taught:
An understanding of graph databases
How to use graph databases
Introduction to data modeling with Graph databases
How to get started working with Neo4j
Build confidence in building a graph enabled application
You don’t need any previous experience with Neo4j, NOSQL databases or specific development languages
Course Description
This course helps build a good knowledge of graph databases. It also teaches the core functionality of the 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
Course Outline
Introduction to Graphs
Introduction to Graph based Modeling
Neo4j and Cypher
Advanced Queries with Cypher
Real-world implementation use cases with Neo4j

Technical requirements
You will need your own laptop.   Please arrive early to quickly install the product and labs used in the class.
What should I bring to the event?
Please bring a laptop and power cord;  If you are bringing a mac, an ethernet adaptor would be helpful. 

Max De Marzi, Senior Consultant, Neo Technology

Max De Marzi

Biography: Max De Marzi

Max De Marzi, is a seasoned web developer. He started building websites in 1996 and has worked with Ruby on Rails since 2006. The web forced Max to wear many hats and master a wide range of technologies. He can be a system admin, database developer, graphic designer, back-end engineer and data scientist in the course of one afternoon.  Max is a graph database enthusiast.  He built the Neography Ruby Gem, a rest api wrapper to the Neo4j Graph Database.  He is addicted to learning new things, loves a challenge and finding pragmatic solutions. Max is very easy to work with, focuses under pressure and has the patience of a rock.

Max's Website