By Kiana Kuns, Community Curator | November 12, 2015
The Neo4j community has had a very busy October! Besides the three major announcements at GraphConnect San Francisco, community members have been abuzz about everything from real-time databases to competitive benchmarks.
Below are some of our top picks from our stellar (and growing!) community members.
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- How to become a data hero in Neo4j? by Jarosław Pałka
- Ebola Twitter Network Analysis by John Swain
- Lowest Common Ancestors in Trees and Directed Acyclic Graphs by Michael A. Bender, et al
- Congressional PageRank – Analyzing US Congress with Neo4j and Apache Spark by William Lyon
- How a Graph Database Unearthed Major Financial Improprieties by Global Banking and Finance Review
- Creating a Graph Application with Python, Neo4j and Linkurious.js by Greg Roberts
- Announcing New Features and Partnerships for GrapheneDB by Alberto Perdomo
- Turning Neo4j into a Real-time Database by Anmol Agrawal
- Neo4j Launches Open Source Graph Query Language openCypher by Srini Penchikala, InfoQ
- Graph-Based Recommendation Engine for Shopware by Daniel Nogel
- Competitive benchmarks and Superchargers by Max De Marzi
- Master Data Management and Why Graphs Matter by Aaron Wallace
- Faster Recommendations with Neo4j Triadic Selection by Alessandro Negro & Christophe Willemsen
- Building Web Apps Using Flask and Neo4j (Training Video) by Nicole White, for O’Reilly Video
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