If there are two things that I enjoy most in my technical life it would be Neo4j and Ruby. Both give me the one thing I want most from the tools I use: the ability to abstract out the tedious… Learn More →

As we put the finishing touches on the GraphConnect San Francisco agenda, I’ve noticed a heart-warming trend I’d like to share with you. Several of the speakers scheduled for the conference on October 21st will describe how they use graph… Learn More →

Rapid change is the only constant in today’s business environment. The limitations of traditional tools used for information and master data management (MDM) are increasingly exposed, and the graph database is a solution to many of these challenges and presents… Learn More →

If you asked me a year ago what kind of internship I hoped to have during the summer before my last year of college, my answer would be drastically different than it is today. A year ago, I would have… Learn More →

With the advent of graph databases, data modeling has become accessible to masses. Mapping business needs into a well-defined structure for data storage and organization has made a sortie du temple (of sorts) from the realm of the well-educated few… Learn More →

It’s apparent that Neo4j graphistas have been hard at work this summer, with lots of awesome videos, slides and articles being published. Here are some of our favorites that show off how amazing the community really is. If you would… Learn More →

In today’s fast-paced world, users won’t wait minutes for your recommendation engine to query the database. In fact, you’re lucky if they’re willing to wait more than a few seconds. The question is then: Is your relational database performing at… Learn More →

Your enterprise data is everywhere – emails, reports, user logs – yet most of it isn’t structured into any logical framework. When it comes to creating a new application or data solution, you need to provide a structure for that… Learn More →

I’m happy to announce good progress on our continuous efforts to integrate Neo4j with the Spring Framework, namely Spring Data. Our Spring Data Neo4j project started more than 5 years ago and it has been my challenge to keep it… Learn More →

We’ve been asked several time in the past to open a neo4j-users Slack group for the many enthusiastic people in the Neo4j user community. Now, that Slack group is a reality. This group is meant to be a hip alternative… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Last May at GraphConnect Europe, Jim Webber – Chief Scientist at Neo Technology – gave this inspiring (and nerdy) keynote talk on the history and future of graph data. Register for GraphConnect San Francisco to hear more speakers… 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.]Back in early 2013, I was working on an RDBMS project with Java. The project goals required… Learn More →

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 →

We live in an ever-more-connected world, and data relationships, will only increase in years to come. If your business is to succeed in a highly connected world, you must learn to leverage those connections for all they’re worth – but… 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.] Every dataset has a story to tell — we just need the right tools to find… Learn More →

Neo4j’s query language Cypher supports loading data from CSV directly but not from JSON files or URLs. Almost every site offers some kind of API or endpoint that returns JSON and we can also query many NOSQL databases via HTTP… Learn More →