- Explore Your Graphs Visually With Jupyter Notebooks, Sebastian Müller
- Divide and Conquer: Send Forth the Microservices, Jennifer Reif
- Hidden in the Clouds: Using Graph Technology to Understand Your Cloud Estate, Rhys Evans
- From Node to Knowledge Graph Embeddings, Tomaz Bratanic
- Take Data to the Next Level With Graph Machine Learning, Chaitra Ravada and Joinal Ahmed
- Building Java Applications With Quarkus and Neo4j, Sebastian Daschner
- Discover Invisible Patterns in Your Data: Connect Google Sheets Tables and Neo4j, Kateryna Nesvit
- Hypertext Super Collaborator, Ward CunninghamSo, what are you waiting for? Register for NODES 2022 today!
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FEATURED NODES SPEAKER: Ashleigh Faith
Ashleigh Faith has her PhD in Advanced Semantics and over 15 years of experience working on graph solutions across the STEM, governmental, and financial industries. She is the host of the IsA DataThing YouTube channel where she demystifies the graph space, and she is also a Neo4j Ninja. You can follow her on Linkedin.
KNOWLEDGE GRAPH: Target Protein Interaction Exploration With HumeGraphable lead data scientist Sean Robinson leads us through a biology use case with a target protein interaction exploration. He looks at protein-to-protein interactions, explores key protein structures, and visualizes relationships between target proteins and associated drugs.
NATIVE GRAPH DATABASE: Three Underrated StrengthsHow would you like a database with index-free adjacency, network relationships, and elimination of bias? Here’s a description of these points with use cases tailor made for graph databases.
WORKSHOP: Hands-on Introduction to Neo4j
TYPESCRIPT: Adding Record & Type Checking With Generics
APP DEVELOPEMENT: GraphQL and REST Can Coexist
TWEET OF THE WEEK: @LegoMothDon’t forget to retweet if you like it!
Looking at my @neo4j DB and the 3d mapping of all our bird records is a lovely little example of visualising the clustering of the individual genera using #Neo4J. If only my machine could cope with more data. pic.twitter.com/077swAn9X2— Steen Dupont (@LegoMoth) October 18, 2022
… Of Special Interest
- New Jhipster Lite released v0.19.0 with @neo4j support. Nice contribution @atomfrede! We’re happy to see this project so active. Check it out!
- There is a new version of Apache Hop project – version 2.1.0 is out. It opens up interesting new possibilities, like for example, the capturing of execution information in a Neo4j database. Check it out!
- Come see us at AWS re:Invent! We’ll be in Vegas from November 28 – December 2 hosting a booth and holding a session about Neo4j and Amazon SageMaker. Check it out!