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Learning Neo4j By Turriani Davide
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The title of this book, Learning Neo4j, is a really good title in many ways. On one hand, it re��ects my own personal experience with Neo4j over the past couple of years and more. As I... More > fell deeply in love with graph technology, Neo4j kept on providing me with new fascinating things to learn about and explore. This book, in more than one way, is a summary of that learning experience—it's the tale of my learning of Neo4j. But the book is also supposed to provide you with lots of good starting points to get going with this technology more quickly. I know for a fact that nding learning resources on these types of technologies is not always easy, and that's really what drove me personally to spend many late nights, weekends, and holidays to put together this book to accelerate your learning of Neo4j.< Less
Good Relationships - The Spring Data Neo4j Guide Book By Michael Hunger, David Montag, Andreas Kollegger
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With Spring Data, the ever popular Spring Framework has cultivated a new patch of ground, bringing Big Data and NOSQL technology like Neo4j to enterprise developers. This guide introduces you to... More > Spring Data Neo4j, using the fast, powerful and scalable graph database Neo4j to enjoy the benefits of having good relationships in your data. Written by the project lead, Good Relationships provides all the practical details you need for developing enterprise applications with Spring Data Neo4j. The book starts with a narrative tutorial about implementing Cineasts.net, a full social web-app for movie enthusiasts. Then, a thorough reference part details core Neo4j concepts, querying, and the simple annotated POJO programming model of Spring Data Neo4j.< Less
Seven Databases in Seven Weeks By Royce Foo
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Seven Databases in Seven Weeks, you’ll work through examples that cover a beautiful cross section of the most critical advances in the databases that back Internet development. Within key-value... More > stores, you’ll learn about the radically scalable and reliable Riak and the beautiful query mechanisms in Redis. From the columnar database community, you’ll sample the power of HBase, a close cousin of the relational database models. And from the document-oriented database stores, you’ll see the elegant solutions for deeply nested documents in the wildly scalable MongoDB. You’ll also see Neo4J’s spin on graph databases, allowing rapid traversal of relationships.< Less