[Esip-agclimate] Complimentary full day 'live' class on introduction to the Neo4j graph database | Tuesday 2021-08-24

Brian Wee bwee at massiveconnections.com
Fri Aug 20 12:16:58 EDT 2021

Apologies, I had neglected to provide the link to the registration.
Registration site =

On Fri, Aug 20, 2021 at 11:37 AM Brian Wee <bwee at massiveconnections.com>

> Hello Agriculture and Climate Cluster (ACC):
> By now, you should have seen numerous mentions of the Neo4j graph database
> in ACC presentations and posters (see the recently revamped ACC wiki
> under "Recent Cluster-Related Products"
> <https://wiki.esipfed.org/Agriculture_and_Climate>).  Some of us have
> been experimenting with graph databases because it is an ideal technology
> for connecting data and information about disparate entities, such as those
> we typically encounter as we analyze the cascading impacts of large-scale
> environmental change.
> Neo4j has a couple of complimentary spots for an introductory Neo4j class
> that it would like to make available to ACC folks.  It is a 'live'
> seven-hour class targeted at beginners *this coming Tuesday 2021-08-24*.
> Use the promotion code "Carl100" when you register, and the class is free.
> Summary:
>    - *Date / time:  *Tuesday | 2021-08-24 | 0900 - 1600 hrs EASTERN
>    - *Title: *Introduction to Neo4j (live class)
>    - *Skill level:* Beginner
>    - *Pre-requisites:  *latest version of Neo4j installed on your local
>    machine prior to the start of class (details will be provided once you
>    register)
>    - *Promo code:* Carl100
> Neither Bill nor I are receiving anything in return from Neo4j for
> announcing this event, just as we routinely send announcements about
> webinars that might be of interest to you.  We thought that you should be
> made aware of this opportunity if past ACC presentations and posters have
> piqued your curiosity about Neo4j.
> - Brian
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