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Ready for graph data modeling?

Posted 14/2/2020

We’re glad to have won veteran data modeler and prolific author Thomas Frisendal not only as a speaker for the main conference (he will speak about Time and Time Again) but also as a teacher. On the Knowledge Gap pre-conference training day, he will lead a one-day course on graph data modeling with Neo4j.

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In case you still haven’t signed up for the training, Thomas has prepared a quick self-assessment test that will help you with your decision:

  • If you get fewer than 96 points on the test, you definitely should come to the training to improve your graph data modeling knowledge.
  • If you get 96 points on the test, you’re so deep into graph data modeling already that not coming isn’t really an option anymore.

If the unbiased self-assessment test still hasn’t convinced you, maybe this summary of graph data modeling will.

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Still undecided? Then consider that coming to the pre-conference training day might be your only option for getting the Knowledge Gap experience this year since there’s already a waiting list for the main conference.

If you want to know more about the conference, click here. To register for the training day, click here.