Graph Databases in Action (Manning)
Monday, 07 December 2020

This book introduces you to graph database concepts by comparing them with relational database constructs. Dave Bechberger and Josh Perryman discuss the design and implementation of graph databases in real-world applications. The book looks at how to choose the right database solutions for tasks, and how to build agile, flexible, and high-performing graph-powered applications.

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Author:  Dave Bechberger and Josh Perryman
Publisher: Manning
Date: November 2020
Pages: 366
ISBN: 978-1617296376
Print: 1617296376
Audience: Developers interested in graph databases
Level: Intermediate
Category: Data Science

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  • Graph databases vs. relational databases
  • Systematic graph data modeling
  • Querying and navigating a graph
  • Graph patterns
  • Pitfalls and antipatterns

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