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Graph Databases in Action: wringing the most value out of your data

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Relationships in data often look far more like a web than an orderly set of rows and columns. Graph databases shine when it comes to revealing valuable insights within complex, interconnected data such as demographics, financial records, or computer networks. Graph Databases in Action illuminates the design and implementation of graph databases in real-world applications. You’ll learn how to choose the right database solutions for your tasks, and how to use your new knowledge to build agile, flexible, and high-performing graph-powered applications!

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Graph Databases in Action: wringing the most value out of your data

  1. 1. Finding Valuable Insights in Complex Data With Graph Databases in Action. Take 42% off the book by entering code slbechberger into the discount code box at checkout at manning.com.
  2. 2. Get the most out of your data Graph databases store data and its connections, unlocking the potential to store, process, and query with incredible efficiency. In Graph Databases in Action, expert Dave Bechberger illuminates the design and implementation of graph databases in real-world applications.
  3. 3. Power your apps with amazing graphs In Graph Databases in Action you’ll learn how to choose the right database solutions for your tasks, and how to use your new knowledge to build agile, flexible, and high-performing graph-powered applications!
  4. 4. A hands-on resource You’ll learn all about graph databases, both via theory and practical examples, and even build your own graph-backed social media app with a recommendation engine—adding some serious professional value to your resume.
  5. 5. About the author Dave Bechberger has extensive experience using graph databases as a product architect and a consultant. He’s spent his career building software in complex data domains such as bioinformatics, oil and gas, and supply chain management. He’s an active member of the graph community and has presented on a wide variety of graph-related topics at national and international conferences.
  6. 6. If you want to learn more about the book, check it out on liveBook here. Take 42% off Graph Databases in Action by entering code slbechberger into the discount code box at checkout at manning.com.

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