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… Learn More »

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… Learn More »

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… Learn More »

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… Learn More »

Originally posted on my blog. As engineers, when we think about how to solve big data problems, evaluating technologies becomes a choice between scalable and not scalable. Ideally we choose the technologies that can scale to a variety of business… Learn More »

The GraphConnect Awards (‘Graphies’) acknowledge the outstanding work being done by Neo4j community members and customers. The only award of its kind, the ‘Graphies’ recognize and celebrate developers and teams who are transforming the world through their development of innovative… Learn More »

GraphConnect 2014 attendees took to twitter to share their excitement about the conference and the graph database space. Here’s a look back at (some of) the cool things that stuck out during the day. For the full twitter feed, search… Learn More »

From the Neoxygen.io website. This post is an overview of how Graphgen started, how it has improved, and what is planned for the next weeks. For people who have not tried Graphgen yet, it is an online graph generation engine where… Learn More »

Mix Comes to GraphConnect Mix, the breakthrough new social collaboration platform from the makers of Paper, is coming to GraphConnect 2014 with full force. Mix allows Paper users to share (“mix”) their Paper creations with other users, who can then… Learn More »

GraphConnect is just around the corner, and time is running out to register! With the conference in sight, Utpal Bhatt, Vice President of Marketing for Neo Technology, gave us his top five reasons to attend the world’s only conference on… Learn More »

TomTom software engineer to speak at GraphConnect 2014 SF GraphConnect is excited to announce the addition of Pieter Cailliau to the list of speakers at this year’s conference. Pieter is a Software Engineer at TomTom, the world’s leader in location… Learn More »

Written by Michael Hunger, originally posted on his blog. You might have data as CSV files to create nodes and relationships from in your Neo4j Graph Database. It might be a lot of data, like many tens of million lines.… Learn More »

Written by Mark Needham, Originally posted on his blog. Conceptual Model Vs. Graph Model We’ve started running some sessions on graph modelling in London and during the first session it was pointed out that the process I’d described was very… Learn More »

Visualize Your Graph at GraphConnect 2014 Changing the way you see your database has an incredible impact on the depth and breadth of insights that can be obtained from the connections within. When a graph is visualized properly, patterns and… Learn More »