Article originally posted to by Emil Eifrem. Dr. Roy Marsten wrote in March that Graph Theory was a key approach in understanding and leveraging big data. As a advocate of graph theory and as a developer building graph databases… Learn More →

Written by Petra Selmer, Neo4j Developer. Introducing the new Cypher Query Optimizer You’ll have seen the excitement around the Neo4j 2.2 Release, and might have seen a few items about the Cypher query language. We in the Cypher team are… Learn More →

March GRAPHness Download all the code needed to try it out for yourself HERE, or check out the GraphGist HERE. March madness is a rare concord of well-documented data and pop culture. Warren Buffet’s billion-dollar bet grabbed the interest of everyone from… Learn More →

5 Big Small Things I Love About Neo4j 2.2< /h2> Originally posted on Rik’s Blog  Today, Neo4j 2.2 was released. It was a good day – and everyone at Neo was really excited. This was a big release. It was… Learn More →

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 →

[This post was originally published on Kenny Bastani’s blog and was used with permission.] I’ve received a lot of interest since announcing Neo4j Mazerunner. People from around the world have reached out to me and are excited about the possibilities… Learn More →

Congratulations to Aurelius, Välkommen to DataStax! Congratulations to Aurelius on the news of your recent acquisition! The Aurelius team has always been our companions in promoting the value of relationships in data, and I wish you all the best as… Learn More →

Written by Kenny Bastani, Originally posted on his blog PageRank is an important concept in computer science and modern technology. It is important because it is the underlying algorithm that mostly dictates what more than 3 billion users who use… Learn More →

Written by Robin Bloor, posted on Inside Analysis Inside Analysis: The Graph Database and the RDF Database In a twist that has inevitable written all over it, the database industry has at last begun to take heed of the power… Learn More →

Better, Faster, and More Scalable Neo4j than ever before Neo4j 2.2 aims to be our fastest and most scalable release ever. With Neo4j 2.2 our engineering team introduces massive enhancements to the internal architecture resulting in higher performance and scalability.… Learn More →

Written by Nick Manning, originally posted on his Blog.  Our Startup Shindig is a mobile app (iOS, Android) that helps you explore new drinks and share them with the world. Take a picture of what you’re drinking, tag it with taste… Learn More →

Written by Mark Needham, originally posted on His Blog An approach to modelling that I often see while working with Neo4j users is creating very generic relationships (e.g. HAS, CONTAINS, IS) and filtering on a relationship property or on a… Learn More →

5 Topics You’ll See at GraphConnect GraphConnect 2014 is packed with talks, presentations, and panels covering topics from all aspects of the graph databases world. Hear from Neo4j customers like UBS, Elementum, and Polyvore; visualization tools like Linkurious, Tom Sawyer… Learn More →

Neo4j Field Engineer, David Montag, recently showcased on DevCast From DevCast: “One SQL Database to rule them all” is not the answer today in a complex world of data. Data is exploding and this kind of data sometimes need new… Learn More →

This post was originally published on Kenny Bastani’s blog. Sentiment analysis uses natural language processing to extract features of a text that relate to subjective information found in source materials. Movie Review Sentiment Analysis A movie review website allows users… Learn More →

From the Community:  August 2014 We’ve had a ton of great community contributions throughout the summer, below are just a few from the month of August! If you have a contribution to include, always be sure to tweet @Neo4j with a… Learn More →