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Mar 11

Neo4j Basics Primer Series - Step 2


  Objective: Learn graph database concepts and the first dive into Cypher. Prerequisite: Neo4j Basics Primer Series - Step 1   A Graph database i.e. Neo4j is based on Graph Theory which talks about Graph as a set of Edges and Vertices. These Vertices and Edges are Nodes and Relationships respectively in Neo4j. The Relationships connect the …

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Feb 21

Neo4j Basics Primer Series - Step 1


Objective: Setup Neo4j on your workstation. Prerequisite: Hunger to learn.   Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn......are an important part of our lives today. Ever thought of the database  on which these applications run? Some aspects, if not all, of these applications run on proprietary GRAPH database technologies.  How about doing a hands on one such database technology, …

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Feb 15

MongoDB Basics Primer Series - Step 2


Objective: First dive into the MongoDB CRUD operations and know third-party tools to connect to MongoDB.   Prerequisite: MongoDB Basics Primer Series - Step 1   I hope your previous run through of Step 1 of this series was smooth. Now that you have set up the environment yourself and done some tinkering, you must be …

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Feb 10

MongoDB Basics Primer Series - Step 1

  This primer series on MongoDB is aimed to be an authoritative, step-by-step reference guide for a non-starter who wishes to embark on the journey to learn MongoDB, the most popular NoSQL database on this day, according to Learning a popular technology also ensures that you cement your relevance in the job market, isn't it …

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Feb 07

My first blog…..the First Steps


        On this sunny winter afternoon relaxing in my sunlit balcony, I was pondering on the question, what should be my first blog like? Pick something......but what............ah, the easiest would be to pick something on the technology, well that's what I have been doing for the last one and a half decade, shouldn't …

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