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Deb Cameron

Managing Editor, Neo4j

Deb Cameron recently joined Neo4j as a Managing Editor for long-form content. Her first book, Learning GNU Emacs, is in its third edition, but she asks vi fans not to hold it against her. She edited many O’Reilly titles before joining Evolved Media, where she encountered Neo4j in 2015.

Deb holds a BA in English with a minor in Computer Science from Florida State. She lives in the DC area and loves bookstores and libraries, which she views as essential to democracy.


Latest Posts by Deb Cameron


Check out the 21 books you need to add to your reading list in 2021.

21 Reading Recommendations for 2021

We love books. In that spirit, here are 21 reading recommendations for 2021, broken into 3 groups of 7 (you’re welcome). 7 Books for Fun and Learning Friend of a Friend by David Burkus In Friend of a Friend David Burkus explains graph concepts without using the word "graph." He drew us... read more


Check out the amazing talks from Neo4j Online Developer Expo and Summit you might have missed.

20 NODES 2020 Talks You May Have Missed

NODES 2020 has rightly been called “the Woodstock of graphs.” With 73 great talks and 6 parallel tracks, there was no way to take it all in. First off, a must-watch is Emil’s keynote, which features a guest appearance from AI/ML expert Alicia Frame. Top 10 Talks by Live... read more


Catch this week's GraphCast: How Tableau and Neo4j help you find the right gift

#GraphCast: Tableau & Neo4j in Real Time

Welcome to this week's #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight. Last time, our Managing Editor, Jocelyn Hoppa, guided us to a short and sweet video on pathfinding algorithms. With shopping for cheerful gifts on my mind, I... read more