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Enzo Htet

Junior Editor, Neo4j

Enzo is an editor for the Neo4j blog. In his spare time, he likes to muse over literary classics and mess with philosophy.

Zach Blumenfeld is a graph enthusiast who helps data scientists, engineers, and business leaders understand and implement Graph Analytics to solve challenging business problems.

Latest Posts by Enzo Htet

Global Graph Celebration Day 2023: Join Us for Raffle & Crossword

Today marks a special occasion that brings all graphistas and math enthusiasts together to celebrate the beauty and elegance of graphs. Happy Global Graph Celebration Day 2023! On this particular day, we pay tribute to the incredible world of graphs and honor the birthday of the man behind... read more

This Week in Neo4j: GraphConnect, New Tools and Features, Neo4j GDS Python Client, ImageToGraph, and More

It's been such an eventful week for the Neo4j community, especially for those who went to GraphConnect 2022 in Austin, Texas. If you were there in person earlier this week (lucky you), you probably saw all of the exciting new tools and features announced during the keynote. For the rest of us... read more

Neo4j Under the Hood: Application-Database Model Mismatch

Different types of database management systems store data in different structures. Choosing a data structure (data model) that is compatible with your application can go a long way. In the second episode of Neo4j Under the Hood, we break down the concept of data model and delve into the... read more

Check out this podcast on the Graph Databases For Dummies book.

Graphistania Podcast: Authors Discuss Graph Databases For Dummies

Rik Van Bruggen invited special guest, Dr. Jim Webber, on a Graphistania podcast session to chat about Graph Databases For Dummies, a recently published book they co-authored. Graph Databases For Dummies, Neo4j Special Edition, is the first book Rik and Jim worked on together. Prior to this... read more

Catch this week's GraphCast: FinCEN Files – How Banks Move Dirty Money around the World

#GraphCast: FinCEN Files – How Banks Move Dirty Money Around the World

Welcome to this week's #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight. Last time, our Editorial Assistant, Corin Gainey, gave us a quick start to Summer of Nodes with Neo4j Sandbox. With summer coming to an end, who knew we would be... read more

Catch this week's GraphCast: A high-level explainer of what a native graph database is in 10 minutes

#GraphCast: What Is a Graph Database in 10 Minutes

Welcome to this week's #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight. Last time, our Editor-in-Chief, Bryce Merkl Sasaki, showed us how graph-powered drug discovery and pharmaceutical research helps in the fight against... read more

Catch this week's GraphCast: Graphs4Good Community Effort to Fight COVID-19 with Knowledge Graph

#GraphCast: Graphs4Good Knowledge Graph to Fight COVID-19

Welcome to this week's #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight. Last time, our News Editor, Jessica Baumgardner, showed us how a social knowledge graph improves remote collaboration for the home workforce in these very remote... read more

Learn how ETL tools work, including basics of graph ETL which converts RDBMS to graph databases.

Graph Databases for Beginners: The Basics of Graph ETL

他每天下午都在学校踢球。 Oh, sorry, you didn’t catch that? Unless you read Chinese, it's perfectly normal to be a little confused. No one understands all 6,500 existing languages on earth. Let’s go ahead and translate the sentence into something English speakers can... read more

Learn the definition of a graph (vs. a chart), including nodes, relationships, graph theory and more

Graph Databases for Beginners: Wait, What Do You Mean by “Graph”?

When I was in college mathematics class, I was given a Traveling Salesman Problem for the first time. It's a classic problem that asks: Given a list of destinations and the distances between each one, what is the shortest possible path a salesman could take to visit each city and then return... read more