With so many graphtastic things happening during October (GraphConnect, anyone?) there was lots of activity from our amazing community. Below are just a few of the cool things they were working on. If you have an awesome Neo4j contribution you want to share, be sure to add #Neo4j when you tweet about it!

Blog Posts

Switching from MongoDB to Neo4j — Nick Manning

Deep Dive on Fulltext Indexing with Neo4j — Stefan Armbruster

Using Graphs to Uncover Insider Trading Schemes — Linkurious

Connect Your Data Better with Neo4j — Rick Grehan

Fraud Detection: Uncovering Connections with Graph Databases — Philip Rathle

Flexible Neo4j Batch Import with Groovy — Michael Hunger 

Anti money laundering (AML): the network graph analytics approach — Scott Mongeau

How Graphs Revolutionize Identity and Access Management — Rik Van Bruggen 

HR Analytics and Graphs: Job Recommendations — Linkurious

Project Releases

Neo4j.rb 3.0! — Chriss Grigg, Brian Underwood, Andreas Ronge

Release of Graphgen —  Christophe Willemsen

Beer Recommendations with User Based Collaborative Filtering — Michael Lam

Graphnote — Team Graphnote (Rails Rumble hackathon)

Ebola Twitter Analysis — Swainjo 

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About the Author

Greta Workman , Neo4j

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Greta Workman has been a part of the Neo4j team for over four years. She’s enjoyed watching the graph community grow through events like GraphConnect which has more than doubled during her time at Neo4j. She currently oversees field marketing for the eastern half of the U.S. In her spare time, she enjoys solving the daily New York Times crossword puzzle and watching University of Kentucky basketball.


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