Hi all,It’s a weird thought that although Neo4j has been part of my life for well over two years, I’ve only met in person a few of the people that I know from its community. Thanks to the wonderful generosity… Learn More »

Howdy all,Here at Neo4j, we’re excited that Fred Trotter will be delivering a keynote at GraphConnect San Francisco! His talk, Hacking Healthcare with Neo4j, will cover his recent efforts with the open data set DocGraph. Here is an abstract of… Learn More »

I’m super stoked for our conference and want to tell you why! GraphConnect, the highly successful graph database conference, returns to San Francisco on October 3 and 4, welcoming all graph database enthusiasts to explore new ideas, share innovations in… Learn More »

Why would you want to do this?OWL has been around for a while now and is used for a variety of semantic applications. Ontologies are freely available and help developers to create models for real world scenarios. They can be… Learn More »

As you may know by now, I like beer. A lot – why else would I keep writing and talking about it? But there’s more to life than sweet beverages, and one of the things that I have been doing… Learn More »

Ever since I have been working for Neo, we have been trying to give our audience as many powerful examples of places where graph databases could really shine. And one of the obvious places has always been: social networks. That’s… Learn More »

Perfectly suited for your summer holiday exploration, we are proud to present the Neo4j 2.0 Milestone 4 release (2.0.0-M04).In working towards a major 2.0 release with some outstanding new functionality, this milestone contains many beneficial and necessary changes, some of… Learn More »

Many of you know that I am a big fan of Belgian beers. But of course I have a number of other hobbies and passions. One of those being: Music. I have played music, created music (although that seems like… Learn More »

Ever since Facebook promoted its “graph search” methodology, lots of people in our industry have been waking up to the fact that graphs are über-cool. Thanks to the powerful query possibilities, people like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and let us not… Learn More »

The latest M03 milestone release of Neo4j 2.0 is as you expected all about improvements to Cypher. This blog post also discusses some changes made in the last milestone (M02) which we didn’t fully cover.MERGECypher now contains a MERGE clause… Learn More »

This is the first in a series of blog posts that discuss the usage of a graph database like Neo4j to store, compute and visualize a variety of software metrics and other types of software analytics (method call hierarchies, transitive… Learn More »

In the wake of Tuesdays Neo4j 1.9 GA release, the Neo4j community released a number of dependent ecosystem projects for Neo4j 1.9 to the Neo4j Maven repository (m2.neo4j.org).Some of them follow a new versioning scheme.Here is the list for 1.9:Structr… Learn More »

After over a year of R&D, five milestone releases, and two release candidates, we are happy to release Neo4j 1.9 today! It is available for download effective immediately. And the latest source code is available, as always, on Github.The 1.9… Learn More »

What happened beforeAs  you may remember, I created a little beer graph some time ago to experiment and have fun with beer, and graphs. And yes, I have been having LOTS of fun with it – using it to explain… Learn More »