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Neo Technology Launches GraphAcademy

By   /  May 8, 2014  /  No Comments

neby Angela Guess

According to a new article out of Neo Technology, the company has announced “GraphAcademy, the world’s most comprehensive source for developer education on graph databases. The mission of GraphAcademy is to educate developers on how to use graph databases to solve some of the most interesting and valuable problems in data, and how they can easily and effectively leverage the power of the graph. According to IDC, 80 percent of IT managers believe effective training is critical to the success of a project, and three out of four managers believe effective training increases the chances of a project meeting its deadlines. As the use of graph databases continues to accelerate, GraphAcademy will be a crucial asset to the 25+ percent of enterprises that Forrester predicts will be using a graph database by 2017.”

Emil Eifrem, co-founder and CEO of Neo Technology commented, “Graph databases are the fastest growing category in the entire database sector according to DB-Engines. We are launching GraphAcademy to meet the enormous demand for training in order to educate developers on how best to design, develop and deploy graph database applications. Part of our mission as an open source company is to promote learning. So we’re excited about launching this innovative program, which provides easy access to a broad range of learning resources, many of which are free.”

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photo credit: Neo Technology

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