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Hello Sir
Curious to know about following

1. What are the prerequisites for learning Neo4J from Scratch.
2. Does you book explains where should we use Neo4J , or places where it is better than RDBMS solutions.

Thanks !!!
 
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Hi Sangel

You'll typically need to be familiar with the Java programming language, especially if you want to make use of some of the core API type features. The book currently has all examples in Java, however Neo4j run in server mode can be accessed by any client capable of talking to it via its HTTP REST API. Other than that, a willingness to learn and think a bit differently should suffice!
The book does indeed provide opinions and examples of where Neo4j would probably prove a better fit compared to, for example, a traditional RDBMS.

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