Become a Neo4j Cypher Expert: Cypher Puzzles with Answers
Become an expert in Neo4j Cypher programming!
Learn advanced Cypher through a large collection of complex queries.
The queries have been collected from the knowledge base, Neo4j forums, Q&A sites.
Each query, good or bad, is properly discussed in the answers.
Each answer contains a list of references for the addressed topics.
We present and discuss gotcha tricks, and unusual use cases.
The course contains:
Three large puzzles or practice tests, with 10 questions each.
Each puzzle is timed with a 30 minutes limit.
You must answer correctly to all 10 questions to pass a quiz.
Each question is with either a single-choice or multiple-selections.
Each question has between three and six choices.
Each choice is a Cypher query you must select as either a good or bad answer.
You can always stop a puzzle and switch to the answers.
How can you use these tests?
Try first practice test. And do not worry about the time or if you fail. You are expected to fail, this is how you learn...
Stop the exam anytime, if you're not patient enough to go over all 10 questions.
Once done, you get your total score.
Click Review Questions and scroll down to both the right and wrong choices for each individual question.
Read the detailed Explanation for each question.
Repeat with the second practice test, and the third.
Repeat these tests again and again, until you score at least 90% on each.
"Advanced Neo4j Cypher Puzzles with Answers" is also available as a book, on Amazon.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner/Intermediate Cypher Programmers
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