Building a recommendation engine using Neo4j

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A brief intro to using a graph based database such as Neo4j to build a simple recommendation engine by showing the simple cypher queries and the graph for tackling 3 real world problem statements. Canva link:


Susmit Vengurlekar

Full Stack Developer and Data Scientist, Aspiring Certified Cloud Architect

As a Data Scientist and Full Stack Software Developer, Having developed many software products utilising different technologies backed by cost optimised but performant cloud based system architecture, having worked with MySQL, Postgres, Firebase Firestore, MongoDB, Cassandra as well as Graph databases such as Neo4j, I have learned to use the right tool for the right job in the right manner.

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