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 learn how to supercharge developer productivity with the latest release of neo4j-graphql.js, there’s… Read more →

GraphConnect is almost here, which means it’s time for our annual GraphHack Hackathon! Join other graph hackers for a fun day of building applications featuring Neo4j’s great integrations with other popular technologies (a.k.a. buzzwords). This year’s event will be hosted… Read more →

It’s that time of year again. In less than five weeks, Emil will be getting on stage at GraphConnect 2018 in the heart to Times Square, NYC and announcing the new release of….wow, I think we’re getting a little ahead… Read more →

Once again, GraphConnect makes its way back to the vibrant island of Manhattan this autumn! Whether you’re new to the world of graph database technology or you’ve been a part of the movement for some time, there’s something new for… Read more →

Bad news droids: You’re not the presenters we’re looking for. However, we’ll need some help finding the perfect presenters for GraphConnect 2018. That’s why the Call for Papers (CFP) is now open! Wait, What’s GraphConnect? Connected data isn’t just powering… Read more →

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. As my colleague Mark Needham is still on his well earned vacation, I’m filling in this… Read more →

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. As my colleague Mark Needham is on his well earned vacation, I’m filling in this week.… Read more →

The graph data model is inherently visual. Try explaining a graph to someone new. You’ll inevitably draw a picture, or wave your hands around to convey what you mean by ‘nodes… links…. and more nodes’. People think in graphs, and… Read more →

The Neo4j Developer Relations team is tasked with making sure developers can build applications backed by Neo4j using their favorite technologies. One technology we’ve been really excited about recently is GraphQL. GraphQL is a relatively new paradigm for building APIs.… Read more →

This blog post was originally published on Medium by Michael Hunger and is used with permission. Graphcool released it’s GraphQL command-line tools two days ago, so I thought it would be nice to see how well they work, especially with… Read more →