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Greta Workman

Product Marketing Manager, Neo4j

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.


Latest Posts by Greta Workman

Neo4j 4.0 Security Rocks: The 5-Minute Interview with Michal Bachman, CEO, GraphAware

"I love the ability to apply security on nodes and relationships in a very flexible way. I’ve already shown it to some of our customers, and they love it as well," said Michal Bachman, CEO at GraphAware. As the founder of GraphAware, Michal Bachman has helped dozens of customers implement... read more


Answering the Money Question: The 5-Minute Interview with Omar Azhar, Senior Manager Advanced Analytics at EY

"For a lot of our clients, being able to visualize their data is huge because they've never been able to do that," said Omar Azhar, Senior Manager Advanced Analytics at Ernst & Young . Ernst & Young has brought graph technology into the financial services realm, from back-end IT all the way to... read more


Check out this 5-minute interview with Jennifer Reif.

Creating Aha Moments for Developers: The 5-Minute Interview with Jennifer Reif, Developer Relations Engineer at Neo4j

"Even something as simple as mapping your IT network, which really makes sense when you look at it as a graph, takes the concept of graph and makes it a little bit more tangible," said Jennifer Reif, Developer Relations Engineer at Neo4j. A graph database like Neo4j is different from what most... read more



Check out this interview with Lyft about using Neo4j.

Live from Lyft: Q&A with Mark Grover, Product Manager at Lyft

For more videos like this one, check out upcoming and on-demand video content in the Neo4j Webinar library. Mark Grover is a product manager at Lyft, working on data projects. He is a founder of the open-source data discovery platform Amundsen, which we'll be getting into today.... read more


Check out the highlights and final agenda for talks and more at GraphConnect 2018.

GraphConnect 2018 Agenda: Everything You Need to Know

You already know there are many exciting reasons you should attend GraphConnect 2018 – and, of course, we've got you properly jazzed on this year's roster of must-see presenters (including our two most recently announced keynote presenters). But the best reason of all to buy the ticket and... read more


Discover the must-see speakers at this year's GraphConnect 2018.

11 Must-See Speakers at GraphConnect 2018 in New York City

There are a lot of great reasons to attend GraphConnect 2018, but one of the best reasons is that every year we feature a fresh, new lineup of the world’s best graph experts sharing their experiences on how graph database technology impacted their business. This year’s GraphConnect is no... read more


Ten reasons why you must attend GraphConnect 2018 in New York City.

The Top 10 Reasons to Attend GraphConnect 2018 in New York City

Once again, GraphConnect makes its way back to the vibrant island of Manhattan this autumn! Whether you’re new to the world of graph database technology or you’ve been a part of the movement for some time, there’s something new for everybody at this year’s event. Here are just a few of... read more


Let us know what advice you'd like to share with first-time conference presenters at GraphConnect

What Advice Do *You* Have for a First-Time GraphConnect Presenter? [Submit Your Tips & Tricks]

Calling all conference speakers (and seasoned audience members)! In case you missed the news, we recently opened up the Call for Papers (CFP) for GraphConnect 2018. In our effort to make all presenters feel welcome and to help them reach their full potential, we want to put together a list of... read more


Learn all about the GA release of Neo4j 3.1 and the live launch event introducing it to the world

We’re Releasing It Live: Neo4j 3.1 GA Launch Event

You already know about Neo4j 3.1 from its beta launch at GraphConnect last October. Now the general availability release of Neo4j is less than two weeks away! That's right, Neo4j 3.1 will become production ready on Tuesday, 13 December 2016, and we're inviting you to a live launch event with... read more


Learn more about the new Neo4j Ambassador program and meet the 2016 Neo4j Ambassadors

Introducing the Neo4j Ambassador Program

Potentially the best thing about working on the Neo4j team is getting to experience the passion and excitement of our remarkable community. Don’t get me wrong – sitting in the park with Emil and his adorable one-year-old daughter during a fika is pretty stellar. Actually, that might rank... read more


Why Enterprises Are Abandoning RDBMS (and Adopting Graphs)

Why Enterprises Are Abandoning RDBMS (and Adopting Graphs)

Relational databases (RDBMS) were conceived to digitize paper forms and automate well-structured business processes, and they are still extremely relevant today. But, many companies are choosing to explore other database options to solve some of their biggest challenges. Why? The Shortcomings... read more


Learn Everything You Need to Know for Successful Graph Data Modeling in This Webinar by Mark Needham

Everything You Need to Know for Graph Data Modeling Success

It’s the new year, and you’ve just started your next app or side project. After spending some time thinking through your use cases and end user experience, you recognize how important data storage will be. Several concerns come to mind. The first is that the sheer volume of your data is... read more


Learn What’s on This Year’s GraphConnect San Francisco Speaking Agenda

The GraphConnect San Francisco Agenda is Here!

You already know all about why you should attend GraphConnect and who some of our top-notch speakers are going to be. Now it’s time for the best part: the full-fledged agenda of all the talks, meetups and activities you’ll see at the world’s leading graph database conference. See the full... read more





From the Community: January 2015

2014 was quite the year for Neo4j, and it looks like 2015 is shaping up to be even better. Thanks to everyone who contributed to our community in January, helping to kick off 2015 with a bang. Below are just a few of the amazing posts we found about Neo4j, and the amazing things people are making... read more



From the Neo4j Community: November 2014

While we've been busy releasing a Neo4j milestone and cooling down after a successful GraphConnect, our community has been working away putting out some amazing material. We always love reading your blog posts and watching your videos, so let us know when you put them out there! Just tweet @Neo4j... read more


The Graph Epiphany: Your Stories

Moments of Graph-Clarity Recently, hacker and engineer at Medium, Tess Rinearson, wrote a piece about how Medium uses Neo4j to power their social functions. In it, she explains why Medium chose Neo4j, and how it uses Neo alongside GoSocial in an easy and agile way. It makes a lot of sense to... read more


Emil Eifrem

How Graph Databases Can Reinvent Recruiting

Written by Emil Eifrem, Originally posted on Wired How Graph Databases Can Reinvent Recruiting They say it’s not what you know but who you know. However, the missing implication of that is the importance of who they know. The ways that we are all connected are broadly interesting in a “six... read more


From the Neo4j Community: October 2014

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... read more



GraphConnect: A Twitter Recap

GraphConnect 2014 attendees took to twitter to share their excitement about the conference and the graph database space. Here's a look back at (some of) the cool things that stuck out during the day. For the full twitter feed, search the #GraphConnect hashtag. Thanks again to everyone who came out... read more