Neo4j from the command line perspective

 

Patrick

Patrick Baumgartner is co-founder of Swiftmind, a Swiss software company that helps companies maximize their software product's potential by consulting them on best practices for software architecture, design, implementation, and testing, with a focus on enterprise Java applications, the Spring Framework, OSGi, and agile engineering practices. As an experienced senior software architect and Agilista, Patrick has worked on projects in the financial, government, and industrial sectors. He is a VMware / SpringSource Certified Instructor (trainer) and co-author of the German book "OSGi fur Praktiker".

 

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Date : 02.10.2013

Time : 19:00

Location : FINKI (Building of Technology and Metalurgy faculty)

Register here : registration link

Agenda:

The social graph of Facebook is the most popular application for a graph database. In addition, there are far more exciting applications, such as spatial data, financial trail, indexing, and others. If you combine different graphs, you are able to evaluate those together with the algorithms known from the graph theory. As a graph, a domain can often be easier and more natural designed. This talk introduces the topic of graph databases and shows how to implement mediated models with large, complex and highly connected data with Neo4j. Subsequently, topics like querying, indexing, import / export are considered as well.

After the introduction, everyone will be able to do the first (guided) steps with Neo4j and the Cypher query language.

Do not forget your own notebook!?