Webinars, Demos, Connections – Oh My!

Webinars, Demos, Connections – Oh My!

Welcome everyone! My name is Merrilee and I’m part of the digital events team here at Neo4j. If you’ve ever attended one of our many webinars, live demos, or Connections events you’ve probably heard that before! As that’s how most of them open.

Stepping away from my hosting and programs management role for a minute, I’m super excited to introduce you to this new monthly blog dedicated to the many digital events we host each month and throughout the year.

The premise is pretty simple. Each month I’ll write up a short post highlighting two to three past digital events that are relevant to a certain topic like Graph Data Science, fraud detection, or even showcasing one of our many customers’ use cases. For this inaugural issue, I decided to feature Fan Favorites – the top two attended and/or watched webinars of 2021 to date.

Drum roll please… the Fan Favorites so far for 2021 are Graph Databases For Dummies and Graph Data Science For Dummies! Let me tell you a bit about each one.

Graph Databases For Dummies

Original broadcast date: February 2, 2021

This webinar highlights the Graph Database For Dummies book, discussing the advantages of graph database technology. You’ll learn more about possible use cases, the difference between traditional databases, and 10 tips for using graph databases.

Structured as a discussion between the authors of the book, Dr. Jim Webber and Rik Van Bruggen and moderator Tara Jana, this session will show how easy it is to get started with graph databases, including the next steps you should take, like downloading the book and additional resources.

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Graph Data Science For Dummies

Original broadcast date: February 21, 2021

This webinar highlights the Graph Data Science For Dummies book, which walks readers through the foundations of graph data science. You’ll learn more about graph analytics and algorithms and how they are used in machine learning and solve real-world problems.

Structured as a discussion between the authors of the book, Amy Hodler and Mark Needham, this session will explore the fundamentals of graph data science, explain to attendees how to make better predictions with graph analytics, and discuss potential applications for GDS technology.

Click Here to Play the On-Demand Version!

Thanks for reading and watching! I’ll be back again next month and as I say at our digital events, if you have any questions, send an email to webinar@neo4j.com and we’ll get you pointed in the right direction. Have a great day!

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