The Neo4j team is very proud to announce the the immediate availability of Neo4j 2.2, with major updates allowing organizations to derive maximum value from their data relationships. Our latest release represents an astounding 20+ person years’ worth of engineering… Learn More »

Announcing Spring Data Neo4j 4.0!

I’ve been running a few intro to Neo4j training sessions recently using Neo4j 2.2.0 RC1 and at some stage in every session somebody will make a typo when writing out of the example queries. For example one of the queries… Learn More »

Written by Kenny Bastani, originally posted on his blog Getting Started with Apache Spark and Neo4j Using Docker Compose I’ve received a lot of interest since announcing Neo4j Mazerunner. People from around the world have reached out to me and… Learn More »

Below are just a few of the amazing blogs and videos created by our community in February. As always, if you’d like us to feature your blog post, video or Neo4j creation, be sure to follow us on twitter and… Learn More »

Reposted with permission by Brian Underwood – brian-underwood.blogs In my last post – Making Master Data Management Fun with Neo4j – Part 1 I said I would “bring in another data source, show how I linked the data together, and… Learn More »

Living the graph: how graph databases fit into everyday life Originally posted on Information-Age.com It is often said that time and tide stand still for no one. The same can be said for the world of enterprise IT – with… Learn More »

Originally published for Silicon Angle Why Graph Databases are Perfect for the Internet of Things Goldman Sachs recently posited that the Internet of Things, the so-called “Third Wave of the Internet,” will “transform the way we live and work” as it opens… Learn More »

Reposted with permission by Brian Underwood – brian-underwood.blogs Joining multiple disparate data-sources, commonly dubbed Master Data Management (MDM), is usually not a fun exercise. I would like to show you how to use a graph database (Neo4j) and an interesting… Learn More »

Originally posted on Mark Needham’s Blog Over the last few weeks I’ve been using various NLP libraries to derive topics for my corpus of How I met your mother episodes without success and was therefore enthused to see the release… Learn More »

Written by Juan Pablo Albuja, originally posted on the Dustland blog EXPLORING DATA MIGRATION TECHNIQUES WITH NEO4J For the last 2 years, Dustland has worked with Cisco on a number of web-based applications.  Recently, I was invited to attend Neo4J training… Learn More »

Written by Chris Grigg, originally posted on the Neo4j.rb Blog Query or QueryProxy? One of the most crucial pieces of Neo4j.rb is Neo4j::ActiveNode::Query::QueryProxy, but it may be the area of the gem that is the least spelled out in our… Learn More »

Written by Antonio Andrea Gentile The task of finding the right employee among active personnel for a vacant position is difficult for organizations of all sizes. In large businesses, the Human Resources department does not know everyone in the company and… Learn More »

2014 was quite the year for Neo4j, and it looks like 2015 is shaping up to be even better. Thanks to everyone who contributed to our community in January, helping to kick off 2015 with a bang. Below are just a few… Learn More »

Originally Posted on Medium Take 5 minutes. Ask yourself the four questions listed below. Answer ‘yes’ to at least one of them, and you might want to consider looking into graph databases like Neo4j. While this checklist is by no… Learn More »

I just returned from this year’s FOSDEM conference in Brussels, Belgium and except for the weather, it was an awesome experience! Spending two days with thousands of passionate developers working on Open Source Software is just amazing. The GraphDevRoom, well… Learn More »