Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Andrew Chappell at GraphConnect San Francisco in October 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: What is a decoder ring, and why do you need one? The power of hierarchy management… Learn More →

Neo4j’s CEO, Emil Eifrem, recently blogged about a data journalism fellowship to compliment our Data Journalism Accelerator Program. Yesterday, at the GraphConnect Europe conference, Emil announced additional details on the Fellowship and invited the data journalism community to apply. Neo4j… Learn More →

Fake news is one of the more troubling trends of 2017. The term is liberally applied to discredit everything, from stories with perceived bias through to ‘alternative facts’ and downright lies. It has a warping effect on public opinion and… Learn More →

Long before the publication of the Panama Papers investigation in April last year – which was mostly recently awarded the Pulitzer Prize, among other accolades – data journalism had had to deal with vast amounts of highly connected information. Traditionally… Learn More →

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Miha Žagar at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Here’s a quick review of what he covered: Using ants to develop an efficient task delegation model What the delegation system looks like under the… Learn More →

You already know the top nine reasons you should attend GraphConnect Europe this year, but besides the fantastic networking opportunities with some of the world’s most advanced graph database developers, architects and CTOs, there’s one reason that outshines them all:… Learn More →

I came across this tweet by Sanchez Castro which I am more than happy to support. Hey @neo4j please do this once again!!! #panamapapers #neo4j https://t.co/B8pjxNKCyA— sanchezcastro (@SCHZCAS) January 15, 2017 As part of the Buzzfeed article Help Us Map… Learn More →

Potentially the best thing about working on the Neo4j team is getting to experience the passion and excitement of our remarkable community. Don’t get me wrong – sitting in the park with Emil and his adorable one-year-old daughter during a… Learn More →

Today’s journalists don’t find themselves short on data – rather, they’re drowning in it. As the Panama Papers investigation has clearly shown, today’s biggest breaking news stories are centered around data and the stories that can be extracted from it.… Learn More →

For this week’s 5-Minute Interview, I sat down with Dan Murphy, the Senior Developer for Semantic Metadata and DevOps at the Financial Times. I chatted with Dan at GraphConnect Europe after his great presentation on How Go and Neo4j enabled… Learn More →

I work for the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) and even though I’m a journalist I work with developers, and we use tech like Neo4j to tell great stories. About the ICIJ In case you don’t know about the… Learn More →

TL;DR: This blog post is mainly about how technical documentation should ideally be structured: as a graph (not to be confused with a chart). As a software developer and author I have had the chance (and also the obligation) to… Learn More →

As the world has seen, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has exposed highly connected networks of offshore tax structures used by the world’s richest elites. These structures were uncovered from leaked financial documents and were analyzed by the… Learn More →

‘Content is King,’ Bill Gates famously said twenty years ago, making his prediction that soon ‘anyone with a PC and a modem can publish whatever content they can create’. As time has gone by, this has only become more true.… Learn More →

Note: Andy Mulholland will be one of the keynote speakers at GraphConnect Europe. Get your ticket to hear Andy’s presentation on 26 April 2016. The usual reaction to a title like this is one of complete incomprehension. This would seem… Learn More →

Quick — are you taking notes? The speaker just made a great point. Did you write it down? That slide just showed a perfect summary. Did you take a photo? You now realize what your data model should be. Can… Learn More →

The world of offshore finance is a murky one. In order to conceal the private lives and fortunes of the world’s most rich and powerful, ownership of cash and assets are deliberately obscured. It’s a world driven by vast networks… Learn More →

With the advent of graph databases, data modeling has become accessible to masses. Mapping business needs into a well-defined structure for data storage and organization has made a sortie du temple (of sorts) from the realm of the well-educated few… Learn More →

We’ve been asked several time in the past to open a neo4j-users Slack group for the many enthusiastic people in the Neo4j user community. Now, that Slack group is a reality. This group is meant to be a hip alternative… Learn More →

Recently Lorenzo Alberton gave a talk on Trees In The Database where he showed the most-used approaches to storing trees in a relational database. Now he has moved on to an even more interesting topic with his article Graphs in… Learn More →