Py2neo 2.0, Unleashed!

Written by Nigel Small, Senior Engineer at Neo Technology Py2neo 2.0, Unleashed! It's been over three years since I first began work on py2neo. If memory serves, the first version was written for Neo4j 1.3 and consisted of barely more than a few lines of hastily-thrown-together Python code. Neo4j has obviously evolved considerably since then and now boasts labels, a schemaand Cypher... Read more →



KeyLines: Graphing GitHub

Originally Posted on the KeyLines Blog A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to speak about KeyLines and graph visualization at GraphConnect SF 2014. The 700+ graphistas in attendance needed no convincing about the power of graphs. The “Graphs are everywhere” maxim has long settled into the collective conscious of theNeo4j community, sparking a whole ecosystem of startups, services... Read more →



Neo4j + Docker + CoreOS, a (Gentle) Guided Introduction

Written by Nick Manning, co-founder of Swig, a community for drinking enthusiasts powered by Neo4j, originally posted on his blog. Neo4j + Docker + CoreOS, a (Gentle) Guided Introduction I'd like to share with everyone how awesome CoreOS is for leveraging Docker. We use this set up for our search proxy here at Swig. (a community for drink enthusiasts for iOS and Android) Neo4j is used as our... Read more →



Neo Technology debuts on Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management (ODBMS)

We made it. For the first time, industry research firm Gartner has opened the door for graph databases to be included in its Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management System (ODBMS) and we are thrilled to be the only graph database vendor to meet their stringent qualifications. Positioning Neo4j along with other impactful database management companies clearly validates our ability... Read more →



How Graph Databases Can Reinvent Recruiting

Written by Emil Eifrem, Originally posted on Wired How Graph Databases Can Reinvent Recruiting They say it’s not what you know but who you know. However, the missing implication of that is the importance of who they know. The ways that we are all connected are broadly interesting in a “six degrees of Kevin Bacon” way. However, for recruitment sites trying to find and access important,... Read more →



From the Community: October 2014

With so many graphtastic things happening during October (GraphConnect, anyone?) there was lots of activity from our amazing community. Below are just a few of the cool things they were working on. If you have an awesome Neo4j contribution you want to share, be sure to add #Neo4j when you tweet about it! Blog Posts Switching from MongoDB to Neo4j -- Nick Manning Deep Dive on Fulltext Indexing... Read more →



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