Welcome to this week’s #GraphCast – our series featuring what you might have missed in Neo4j media from the past fortnight.

Last time, I shared Karin Wolok‘s great summary video of how graph database technology is being used all across the globe. It’s the best <10 minute summary of graph use cases you can find.

Catch this week's GraphCast: An introduction to the most insightful episodes of the Jim Webber Show

This week, I’ve decided to feature the Jim Webber Show – a growing playlist of engineering insights (and British humour) from Neo4j’s Chief Scientist. Check out the first video in the series below to learn more about running Neo4j in multi-data center environments.



Jim Webber probably knows more about the technicalities of graph databases than any other human currently alive or dead or undead [citation needed], and he certainly knows a…erm…crud-ton about Neo4j specifically.

If you have engineering-level questions about anything related to the who, what, why or how of graph technology, then the Jim Webber Show has probably answered your question all the way down to the metal.

Some of the things he’s address on the show so far include graph database scalability, how (and why) native graph databases are engineered differently, and the weaknesses of graph operations on non-graph data stores. Check out the full series in the YouTube playlist above.


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Bryce Merkl Sasaki , Editor-in-Chief, Neo4j

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Bryce Merkl Sasaki is the Editor-in-Chief at Neo4j. He studied professional and creative writing for undergrad and has been freelancing for 7 years. Recently, he worked at an inbound marketing agency in Philadelphia as a copywriter before moving to California. When not working, he likes to spend his time working on his novel, looking for pickup soccer games and reading voraciously.


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