Category: Books

Book writing things.

New Releases of REST in Practice and Graph Databases

Over the course of my career, I’ve co-penned three technical books. While the one on WS-* isn’t going to make a massive comeback any day now, the books on REST and Neo4j are doing rather well. The O’Reilly book “Graph Databases”

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Getting Started with Neo4j 2.0

With the recent release of Neo4j 2.0 and it’s a great time to get familiar with graphs and graph databases. Neo4j is quite different from relational databases, and it’s also quite different from most of the other NoSQL databases. The reason

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My New Book on Graph Databases

Over the last few months as well as working on the day job developing Neo4j, Ian Robinson, Emil Eifrem and I have been working on writing a new book for O’Reilly that showcases the expressive power and technical capabilities of

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REST in Practice eBook now available

After what feels like a very long slog indeed, the eBook version of “REST in Practice” that Savas, Ian and I wrote has been released. I’m really pleased with how it looks, and hope it’ll be helpful to folks building

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REST in Practice for Universities

It’s really pleasing that finally the book REST in Practice that Savas, Ian, and I have been writing will hit bookshelves on the 24th September. We’re pretty pleased that we got it out before the next university term starts (at

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REST in Practice available for pre-order on Amazon

The book Savas, Ian, and I have been working on for the last few years(!) has finally made it to Amazon for pre-order (UK, US). Our publisher, O’Reilly, believe that it’ll hit bookshelves around August, though Amazon is quoting September.

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