Free downloadable Neo4j presentation materials
Have you taken your first steps with Neo4j? Are you motivated about how graph databases can make your live easier? Driven by the prospect of being to understand how your data is connected, rather than if?
Many of us who have our graph ephiphanies are excited to share our discoveries with our colleagues, acquaintances and members of our technology communities. But as many of us know, creating the content and associated story is easier said then done!
We are delighted to share with you a set of growing resources to help share your graphy knowledge with others. Without further a do, introducing the free downloadable Neo4j presentation materials!
Don’t see a topic you’d like covered? Let us know, and we’ll see what we can do!
These are your slides to personalise, update, add to and use to help you tell your graph story. They are unbranded and available for you to adapt to your needs. There could be many ways that they may be helpful to you, for example:
Doing a meet-up presentation
Running a lunch and learn session with colleagues
Doing a client explainer
Explain the basics of graph to a project team
Using the slides as an explainer as part of a bigger talk
And so on!
As such, we are using the CC BY SA 4.0 license for these slides.
Check out the different slide packs currently available below. All slides are Google Slides, and can be downloaded to other formats. More information on downloading can be found here.
This pack covers what is a property graph database, how they are different to relational databases, and common scenarios where graph databses are a good fit. This is a good primer for introducing Neo4j, as well as highlighting resources available to learn more.
One of the most powerful features of Neo4j is the query language itself, Cypher. This pack covers an overview of Cypher, including an introduction to key words and structure.
A copy of our popular hands-on crash course to get people up to speed on what Neo4j is, and a walk-through, hands-on session using either Neo4j Sandbox or Neo4j Aura Free cloud database. If you want to see what this might look like, check out a video here.
If there’s a topic you’d like to see covered, please do let us know, and we’ll see what we can do!
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