Our community is awesome! From blog posts to videos to GraphGists, graphistas around the world regularly contribute some graph-tastic stuff. Below is a list of some of our favorites from the past month: ARTICLES: Neo4j + Spring Data – a… Learn More »

It’s an exciting time for Neo4j users and, of course, the Neo4j team as we’re releasing the 2.1 version of Neo4j! You’ve probably already seen the amazing strides we’ve taken when releasing our 2.0 version at the start of the… Learn More »

Written by Huston Hedinger, Founder & CEO, GraphAlchemist The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term that’s been making the rounds.  Let’s start at the very beginning. According to Technopedia, IoT refers to “a computing concept that describes a future… Learn More »

Crunchbase and Neo4j: Building the Business Graph We are happy to congratulate Crunchbase on their launch of CrunchBase 2.0, their next-generation website built atop Neo4j which includes the first open and public “Business Graph”. If you’re a startup, you are… Learn More »

neo4j.com is the new website for Neo4j users, a single source for everything you need to know about working with Neo4j. Over the years, the Neo4j community has flourished, accumulating incredible collective knowledge about what is possible and how to… Learn More »

Please upgrade to Neo4j 2.0.3.For details about the Neo4j 2.0.X series, please read Graphs for Everyone!On behalf of the Neo4j team,Kenny Bastani

Repost from Max De Marzi, 23 March, 2014 Sometimes you’ll find yourself looking at a traversal and thinking… “I’m going to be doing this one thing over and over again.” That sounds kind of wasteful and years of recycling have… Learn More »

We have released a Linux distribution of Neo4j 2.0.1 community on Windows Azure’s VM Depot website. Users of Windows Azure are now able to copy a platform image of Neo4j 2.0.1 directly from the VM Depot. Once provisioned, a fresh… Learn More »

The 3.0.1 Release Spring Data Neo4j 3.0 was recently rolled out by the Spring Data team as part of the “Codd” release train of the Spring Data projects. We’re happy to announce this milestone, which can be used effective immediately… Learn More »

First of all, I want to say how happy I am to be part of such a great community around Neo4j. What makes the Neo4j community so impressive is not just the fact that many users apply graphs in so… Learn More »

To be honest, we were blown away.When starting this challenge we were really excited and curious about the results. But what YOU created and submitted is just impressive.We received 65 submissions in the 10+ categories. Well done! Make sure to… Learn More »

We had a fantastic time at DeveloperWeek in San Francisco last week! It was great to see so many graphistas attend events around the city, which resulted in an awesome week connecting with the local Neo4j ecosystem.We kicked things off… Learn More »

Importing data to Neo4j the spreadsheet way in Neo4j 2.0! Hi all graphistas out there, And happy new year! I hope you had an excellent start, let’s keep this year rocking with a spirit of graph-love! Our Rik Van Bruggen… Learn More »

Handling connected domains with the “right tool for the job” Michael Hunger Sarah Mei recently wrote a great blog post describing the problems she and her colleagues ran into when managing highly connected data using document databases. Document databases (like… Learn More »

Hi all,we are all still totally stoked after 2 days of intense development work at the inaugural Neo4j driver authors hackathon. Thank you all for joining us in San Francisco and the San Mateo Neo Technology office and sorry Michael… Learn More »

We’re happy to announce the results of the first GraphGist challenge.Anders NawrothFirst of all, we want to thank all participants for their great contributions. We were blown away by the high quality of the contributions. Everyone has put in a… Learn More »