Welcome to This Week in Neo4j, your weekly fix for news from the world of graph databases!
As 2023 winds down, our GraphStuff.FM podcast is doing a recap of the year. Also, this week, we look at Cybersecurity for Kubernetes, a new Storage Engine for Neo4j and how to get more out of your knowledge resources.
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COMING UP NEXT WEEK!
- NODES 2023: Watch Recordings
- Live Stream: Neo4j Live: Enhanced QA Integrating Unstructured Knowledge Graph Using Neo4j and LangChain on December 19
- All Neo4j Events: Webinar, Live demos, and More
- GraphSummit Series: Get Connected With Graphs – New Dates for 2024 now live!
FEATURED NODES SPEAKER: Ming Yan Ti
Ming Yan Ti is currently a senior studying Computer Science at Purdue University. She is an undergraduate Teaching Assistant for classes like Data Structures and Algorithms and Computer Architecture.
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In her session at NODES “Type-Safe Graphs With Neo4j & Prisma: A Library to Use Them Together” Ming Yan shows how to use a Typescript library to connect Neo4j to Prisma, a type-safe query builder, and discuss the architecture for parsing Prisma operations into Neo4j queries – all with real-code applications examples.