The recent proliferation of database technologies is a testament to the fact that relational databases are not the right tool for every job. Of course, they have their uses: Tabular data with a consistent structure and fixed schema is a… Learn More »

Many of you might be aware of the effort, we’re putting behind the Spring Data Neo4j 4.0 development with our partner GraphAware. What you may not know, is that we learned from the past and separated the Object Graph Mapping… Learn More »

Our colleague Andreas, who loves Slack and brought it into our company, suggested the other day that we could build a Slack and Neo4j integration to demonstrate how useful a graph database backend would be. And, of course, how much… Learn More »

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Let’s face the facts: Not every developer works on a Mac. For those of you who… Learn More »

It’s a sad but true fact: Most data scientists spend 50-80% of their time cleaning and munging data and only a fraction of their time actually building predictive models. This is most often true in a traditional stack, where most… Learn More »

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j. This article was originally posted by Tim Nash and was used with permission.] Ever wondered how to… Learn More »

May was a busy month for the Neo4j community. Not only was there GraphConnect Europe, but graphistas across the globe were busy writing loads of community contributions about Neo4j. Follow us on Twitter to see more posts from our amazing… Learn More »

If you haven’t heard already, the Neo4j 2.3 Milestone 2 release is now available. (Full disclosure: This milestone release is for development and experimentation only since not all features are in their finalized form. Click here to download the fully… Learn More »

Article originally posted to Wired.com by Emil Eifrem. Dr. Roy Marsten wrote in March that Graph Theory was a key approach in understanding and leveraging big data. As a advocate of graph theory and as a developer building graph databases… Learn More »

From the Community: April 2015 April was an exciting month for our community. Thanks to everyone who contributed interesting and graph-tastic posts! Below are just a few of the many things our community contributed. If you would like to see… Learn More »

Originally posted on ODBMS.org“The IoT will have many, many trillions of connections, particularly considering it’s not just the devices that are connected, but people, organizations, applications, and the underlying network” –Emil Eifrem. Q1. Michael Blaha said in an interview: “The… Learn More »

Originally posted on Better Software Development At Spring.IO in Barcelona I met my pal Oleg from ZeroTurnaround and we looked at how the newXRebel 2 integrates with Neo4j, especially with the remote access using the transactional Cypher http-endpoint. As you… Learn More »

Winners of the Neo4j GraphGist Winter Challenge 2015 Every time we ask our community to participate in one of our challenges to share interesting graph models and use-cases, we’re amazed at the quality and thoughtfulness of the submissions. This year… Learn More »

Written by Petra Selmer, Neo4j Developer. Introducing the new Cypher Query Optimizer You’ll have seen the excitement around the Neo4j 2.2 Release, and might have seen a few items about the Cypher query language. We in the Cypher team are… Learn More »

First of all thanks so much for attending the webinar or now reading up on what I spoke about. We got an overwhelming number of questions which we couldn’t all answer in the short time. That’s why we want to… Learn More »

5 Big Small Things I Love About Neo4j 2.2< /h2> Originally posted on Rik’s Blog Today, Neo4j 2.2 was released. It was a good day – and everyone at Neo was really excited. This was a big release. It was… Learn More »