After some considerable mocking from our good man Jim Webber, developer and architect Nigel Small started playing around with Neo4j.

His conclusion:

“In the end, I came to the conclusion that designing a graph database has far more in common with OO design than it does with relational database design.”

Be sure to visit Py2neo, Nigel’s project that provides bindings between Python and Neo4j via its RESTful web service interface.


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