Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Caleb Jones – Software Engineer and Blogger at AllThingsGraphed.com – delivered this presentation on how to route interstellar voyages using Neo4j. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and to register for GraphConnect… 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.] As a software engineer, I’ve always enjoyed discussing technology with like-minded devs who could offer alternate… Learn More →

Up to this point in this blog series, we’ve covered graph databases in general, only using Neo4j when examples were required. However, when it comes to connecting your application to a graph database, specifics are essential. In this RDBMS &… Learn More →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I caught up with John Mark Suhy, the CTO of PureThink – the exclusive provider of Neo4j Government Edition to U.S. federal, state, Department of Defense and intelligence agencies. Q: Can you talk to me… 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.] The new year has come and gone, along with the first quarter, and likely all our… Learn More →

Last December, we announced the Neo4j Winter GraphGist Challenge. We invited our global graphista community to document and explain how various types of data could be modeled in a graph, using the GraphGist tool. We had dozens of fantastic entries,… Learn More →

Whether you’re ready to move your entire legacy RDBMS into a graph database, you’re syncing databases for polyglot persistence or you’re just conducting a brief proof of concept, at some point you’ll want to bring a graph database into your… Learn More →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I caught up with Rachel Lader, a Software Engineer at Apple. Here’s what we talked about: Editor’s Note: Rachel’s work with Clippr is not in any way affiliated with her position at Apple, Inc. as… 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.] Introduction Discovery, especially non-text discovery, is hard. When looking for a some new music to listen… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Ryan Boyd – Developer Relations at Neo Technology – delivered this presentation on how to perform various graph compute functions within the Neo4j ecosystem. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and to… Learn More →

In the Neo4j community last month, love was in the air. That love expressed itself as more nodes than ever in our community content. From articles and podcasts to GraphGists and other projects, our global graph of community members keeps… Learn More →

When it comes to a database query language, linguistic efficiency matters. Querying relational databases is easy with SQL. As a declarative query language, SQL allows both for easy ad hoc querying in a database tool as well as specifying use-case… Learn More →

This week, I had the opportunity to interview Matthias Sieber, Senior Software Engineer at MediaHound, at our offices in San Mateo, California. Here’s what we talked about in this week’s 5-Minute Interview. Q: Can you talk to me about your… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Chris Morrison and Julien Mazerolle of Trace One, delivered this presentation on how Trace One uses Neo4j to increase food supply chain transparency. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and to register… Learn More →

I spend a lot of my free time answering Stack Overflow questions about Cypher, Neo4j’s graph query language. Cypher is an intuitive, ASCII-art-driven language that allows you to query your property graph by specifying patterns of nodes and relationships. While… Learn More →

In some regards, graph databases are like the next generation of relational databases, but with first class support for “relationships,” or those implicit connections indicated via foreign keys in traditional relational databases. Each node (entity or attribute) in a native… Learn More →