This Week in Neo4j: Bitcoin, Free GraphAcademy Courses, Visualization Tools, Graph Database, and more

Over the past few months, we’ve been working on a new version of Neo4j GraphAcademy featuring brand new interactive, hands-on courses. This week, we are happy to announce a new course for Go developers called How to build a Neo4j Application with Go.

GraphAcademy is a free online training resource with beginner courses and curated learning paths for administrators, Aura practitioners, data scientists, and polyglot developers. Check out all the courses!

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Eric is Founder and CTO at Mindstand Technologies and also the lead developer for GoGM, a Golang object graph mapper for the Neo4j platform. Follow him on Twitter @ctoeric97.
REAL-TIME DASHBOARD: Bitcoin Transactions With Neo4j and NeoDash
Tomaz Bratanic presents a simple architecture to listen for, store, and analyze Bitcoin transactions in real-time using, respectively, the WebSocket API, Neo4j, and NeoDash. It’s a free endpoint and does not require any authorization.
NEW COURSE: How to Build a Neo4j Application With Go
In this free course, you will learn about the Neo4j Go Driver by adding it into an existing project, and then modifying a set of services to interact with Neo4j. The three modules – project setup, the Go driver, and the interaction with Neo4j – will guide you from complete beginner to expert.
TRAINING SERIES: Getting Started With Neo4j Bloom

Priya Jacob introduces you to Neo4j Bloom. She demonstrates how to create and set up a perspective, customize views without showing everything to users, and create powerful data science visualizations.

BEGINNER BLOG: What the Heck Is a “Graph Database”?
Timo Klimmer gives a clear overview of graph databases, its core concepts, and examples. In addition, he introduces real-world use cases and the problems that graph databases can solve compared to other databases. This is an excellent article for anyone new to the field.
UNDER THE HOOD: Graph Database as a System of Record
In this new video, Chris Gioran explains Neo4j efficient query processing, memory, and CPU management. They all make Neo4j a reliable and performant graph DBMS, suitable for use as a generic application storage backend or system of record.
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The series of videos about Neo4j AuraDB free with Michael and Alexander.

The Neo4j training Series about GraphQL, introduction to Neo4j, and knowledge graph.

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Don’t miss the weekly videos in the Bite-Sized Neo4j for Data Scientists series. In parts 25 to 29, Clair Sullivan presents a five-part series to help with your Kaggle competition graph.