Pune Java Users' Group has announced a workshop to solve Jim Webber's Neo4j Koans. Let's get together over some code snippets and walk our way to graph awesomeness.
Link to the event: http://www.meetup.com/PuneJUG/events/122617912/
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Clone the repo and execute the default ant task before coming guys. I'm doing it right now, and it's taking ages!
1 · June 8, 2013
Don't worry, we've built a tarball of the libs to expedite matters.
0 · June 8, 2013
Just make sure you have the JDK and Ant installed on your machine.
Sure ..Thanks to all
0 · June 10, 2013
I want to attend , to have a look at whats at the backend of neo4j,its been years, I have coded any thing in Java,
so will it be useful ? or should i skip it ?
This tutorial works with Java code exclusively. If you want to know about the Java API for Neo4j, this should be useful. :)
so in that case, I can just come and watch right ? dont need to bring in my laptop
nyway, next week am joining full fledged for neo4j tutorial
Your call, totally. :)
It's Java, it'll come back to you like riding a bike. Besides, the code is minimal.
Kunjal, bring the laptop anyway. You can pair up with someone and code.
Thanks for the updates Saagar, anyway, I would be there for next saturday meetup, hope to see u there and understand things in better way..!!
0 · June 9, 2013
Koans are really great to sully your hands. A big thanks to the organizer and the contributors.
One can get a complimentary early version of Graph Database ebook using the following link:
4 · June 9, 2013
Yeah, there's nothing like hammering out some code in a test harness to figure out what a library does. Also, thanks for posting the book link.
It was a great hands on exposure.
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