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Neo4j 3.4 Release Highlights in Less Than 8 Minutes [Video]

Hi everyone, My name is Ryan Boyd, and I'm on the Developer Relations team here at Neo4j. I want to talk with you today about our latest release Neo4j 3.4. Overview In Neo4j 3.4 we've made improvements across the entire graph database system, from scalability and performance, to operations, administration and security. We've also added several new key features to the Cypher query... Read more →

Learn about the Neo4j 3.4 GA release in less than 8 minutes, including scalability and performance improvements

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This Week in Neo4j – 3.4 Released, Neo4j on Google Cloud Launcher, GQL Proposal, DateTime Deep Dive

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This week we have the release of Neo4j 3.4 and Neo4j is now available on Google Cloud Launcher. We also have the GQL proposal, a deep dive into the new DateTime data type, and more. Featured Community Member: Nicolle Cysneiros This week’s featured... Read more →

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APOC Release for Neo4j 3.4 with Graph Grouping

Just in time for the Neo4j 3.4.0 release, we also pushed out two versions of APOC - 3.3.0.3 and 3.4.0.1. You can download them from GitHub, Maven or most conveniently with a single click in Neo4j Desktop. Please note that the "self-upgrade" process in Neo4j Desktop might leave the previous APOC version in your plugins directory, so you’ll have to remove it... Read more →

Grouping data by user country using APOC in Neo4j 3.4

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Neo4j Graph Database 3.4 GA Release: Everything You Need to Know

Author's note: What a hectic week in the world of Neo4j! In addition to finalizing the delivery of Neo4j 3.4, we simultaneously built the GQL Manifesto, a call to support a common, unified Graph Query Language. Thank you to the graph community for your strong vote of support! If you have not already voted, please do so. The Neo4j graph database has always been the technology closest to the... Read more →

Learn what's new in Neo4j 3.4, including Multi-Clustering, Cypher performance and new data types

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It’s Time for a Single Property Graph Query Language [Vote Now]

The time has come to create a single, unified property graph query language. Different languages for different products help no one. We’ve heard from the graph community that a common query language would be powerful: more developers with transferable expertise; portable queries; solutions that leverage multiple graph options; and less vendor lock-in. One language, one skill set. The... Read more →

Discover why it's time for a single property graph query language (GQL), just like SQL for RDBMS

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This Week in Neo4j – Hands on with Neo4j Bloom, Building a Personalised Recommender, Popoto Release, Parsing the query log

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. This week we go hands on with Neo4j Bloom, there’s a new release of Popoto - the visual query builder for Neo4j, we learn how to build a personalised recommender as well as parse Neo4j’s query log, and more. Featured Community Member: Thomas... Read more →

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