By Mark Needham | January 27, 2018
Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days.
This week we have a graph of Dave Chappelle’s Lil Jon Skit, Knowledge Graph Search, an interview with Konstantin Lutovich, and more!
Featured Community Member: Eddy Wong
This week’s featured community member is Eddy Wong, Technologist, Advisor, CTO, and Entrepreneur.
Eddy Wong – This Week’s Featured Community Member
Eddy has been part of the Neo4j community since 2012 when he used Neo4j at Wanderu, a ground travel metasearch engine and fare aggregator that he co-founded. Eddy presented about his work there at GraphConnect NYC 2013.
On behalf of the Neo4j community, thanks for all your work Eddy!
From GraphConnect: Knowledge Graph Search with Elasticsearch
They talk about the rise of Knowledge Graphs in the last few years and how we can use them in our applications to serve better search results to users.
Lil Jon Graph, Hungarian Wines, Digital Humanities
- Max De Marzi is back with Dynamic Rule Based Decision Trees Part 2. In this post Max shows how to graph Dave Chappelle’s A Moment in the Life of Lil Jon Skit. Yeeeah!
- Omar Rampado and Fabio Lamanna spoke about collaborative networks in digital humanities at the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz.
- Sandor Dargo shared his experience building a graph of Hungarian wines
On the podcast: Konstantin Lutovich
Rik and Konstantin talk about the new Async API in the Java driver that Konstantin blogged about in early December as well as his experience working on different parts of the database.
Bill of Materials, Pentaho Integration, jQAssistant
- Bart Maertens explains how to easily load data into Neo4J with Pentaho Data Integration.
- Oleg Shilovitsky wrote a summary and shared the slides from his talk with Chris Chaulk at the Graph Database Boston meetup. In the talk they show how to use OpenBOM for bill of material management.
- Jens Nerche shows how to use jQAssistant and Neo4j to enrich scanned code with higher level concetps from architecture documentation.
- Mike Schilling created collector-poc, a small POC to import a JIRA Database in Neo4J. Mike uses the JCypher library to get data into Neo4j.
What’s happening next week in the world of graph databases?
January 31st 2018
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That’s all for this week. Have a great weekend!
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