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If you don't know anything about MariaDB – and you're reading a database blog remember – then you're the exception. In 2018, MariaDB was the second-fastest-growing relational database (behind Postgres) and is a leading example of commercially supported open source innovation in the database sector. But you knew that already. What you maybe didn't know was that the former CTO of MariaDB... Read more →
Read this interview with Ivan Zoratti, the former CTO of MariaDB, now a director on the Neo4j team
 

#GraphCast: Emil Eifrem on the Exponential View podcast with Azeem Azhar

Welcome to this week's #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight. Last week, our Managing Editor, Jocelyn Hoppa, highlighted the similarities between the choose-your-own-adventure movie, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch and running decision trees in Neo4j (presented by Max De Marzi). If you're new to graphs, it's a great parallel to see in... Read more →

Catch this week's GraphCast with Emil Eifrem on the Exponential View podcast with Azeem Azhar

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This Week in Neo4j – Topic Extraction with Graphileon, Neo4j 3.5 FTS Deep Dive, Neo4j for Very Large Scale Systems

Welcome to the 3rd edition of This Week in Neo4j for 2019. We’ve got a variety of different things for you this week. Christophe Willemsen has written an excellent deep dive into the Full-Text Search feature released in Neo4j 3.5, Dr Jim Webber explains how Neo4j can be used for large scale systems using less servers, Emil is interviewed on Azeem Azhar’s podcast, and of... Read more →

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Apache Spark + Cypher: We Need Your Feedback & Votes

Editor's Note: Alastair Green (Neo4j Query Languages Lead) and Martin Junghanns (Neo4j Cypher for Apache Spark project) will be speaking at the Spark + AI Summit in San Francisco this April. Want to Extend the Graph Capabilities of Spark? Let's get straight to it: The Apache Spark community is joining hands with the growing graph data movement, and we need your help to keep moving... Read more →

Vote today to extend the graph capabilities of Apache Spark with Cypher queries

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A Journey to the Graph Side: How (& Why) the Former CTO of MariaDB Joined Neo4j [Interview]

If you don't know anything about MariaDB – and you're reading a database blog remember – then you're the exception. In 2018, MariaDB was the second-fastest-growing relational database (behind Postgres) and is a leading example of commercially supported open source innovation in the database sector. But you knew that already. What you maybe didn't know was that the former CTO of MariaDB... Read more →

Read this interview with Ivan Zoratti, the former CTO of MariaDB, now a director on the Neo4j team

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Graph Algorithms in Neo4j: Minimum Weight Spanning Tree

Graph algorithms provide the means to understand, model and predict complicated dynamics such as the flow of resources or information, the pathways through which contagions or network failures spread, and the influences on and resiliency of groups. This blog series is designed to help you better utilize graph analytics and graph algorithms so you can effectively innovate and develop... Read more →

Learn more about graph algorithms in Neo4.

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This Week in Neo4j – Graph Layouts with Graph Algorithms and Machine Learning, Graphing the Floodlight Open Project data, Multi-Turn Conversational Voice Experiences with a Knowledge Graph

We’re almost half-way through January, so it must be time for another installment of This Week in Neo4j. It’s been a busy week as the community kicks back into action after the New Year’s hangover. Jennifer Reif is back with a new installment of the Marvel Series, this time showing how to build the code for domain objects using Spring Data Neo4j. Jay Myers shows how to... Read more →

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