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Pacer/Neo4J workshop

  • Aug 29, 2015 · 10:00 AM
  • XN Logic

You asked, we listened!

Many in the community have asked for more formal training around using the Pacer library for Graph Databases. Today we are thrilled to announce that our first Introduction to Graphs an Pacer training is happening on Saturday August 29th here in Toronto.

Here's a snippet from the course outline:

XN Logic’s Introduction to Graphs and Pacer training provides you with both an in-depth background of graph databases as well the practical skills required to truly master graph traversals. The course is both hands-on and theoretical, with an emphasis on providing you with a working data-services layer built on the graph.

Space is limited to 30, so sign up today to reserve your spot

Hope to see you there!

-David

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  • David C.

    You asked, we listened!

    Many in the community have asked for more formal training around using the Pacer library for Graph Databases. Today we are thrilled to announce that our first Introduction to Graphs an Pacer training is happening on Saturday August 29th here in Toronto.

    Here's a snippet from the course outline:

    "XN Logic’s Introduction to Graphs and Pacer training provides you with both an in-depth background of graph databases as well the practical skills required to truly master graph traversals. The course is both hands-on and theoretical, with an emphasis on providing you with a working data-services layer built on the graph."

    Space is limited to 30, so sign up today to reserve your spot.

    https://www.universe.com/events/introduction-to-graphs-and-pacer-tickets-toronto-SFJDZT


    Hope to see you there!

    -David

    1 · August 5, 2015

    • Marius B.

      Thanks for the update David. See you on the 29th.

      August 16, 2015

  • Marius B.

    Any news on the Pacer workshop?

    October 16, 2014

  • Ilan

    That would be cool

    December 12, 2013

  • Keith M.

    If we're stuck for a location, I'm pretty confident I can talk my CIO into lending us the boardroom after-hours and maybe springing for some snacks :)

    October 23, 2013

  • David C.

    Hey,

    Happy to do another one of these. If you can't wait, then do checkout this post http://relatedentities.com/post/39481243154/pacer-sample-data which has some examples of basic pacer queries after getting xml data from the US Patent Office loaded into a graph.

    There's also this example repo, which is based on the Enron email set: https://github.com/xnlogic/pacer-examples-enron

    Also, we run a specific all-day neo4j tutorial recently and if you're interested in attending one of those, please let me know by emailing [masked] RE: Training.

    Regards,
    David

    June 19, 2013

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