I make no excuses: My name is Rik van Bruggen, and I am a salesperson. I think it is one of the finest and nicest professions in the world, and I love what I do. I love it specifically, because… Learn More →

Happy 2013! It looks like another great year is in the forecast for graphs. This is the first of two blog posts, looking back at what has happened this past year, and then ahead to 2013. Growth in Graphs &… Learn More →

GraphConnect was an awesome event with engaged attendees, impressive speakers and great conversations with the Neo4j community. The Neo4j community team was happy to have supported the event, but the biggest thanks go to Allison Sparrow and Adam Herzog for… Learn More →

It’s only 4 days until GraphConnect San Francisco 2012 on Nov 6th and the Neo4j Community is thrilled to be part of the conference. We will have our own special Community Lounge, a cozy Swedish-style place to relax, chat and… Learn More →

Meet us during this week’s (Oct 15-18) SpringOne 2GX 2012 conference in Washington D.C. where we’re proudly participating as a Gold Sponsor. Our entertaining CEO Emil Eifrem and the Spring-savvy Neo4j team consisting of Michael Hunger, Stefan Armbruster and Lasse Westh-Nielsen will be… Learn More →

For the “Lunch and Learn around Neo4j” with Andreas Kollegger at NOSQL NOW, we wanted to use a dataset that was easy to understand and interesting enough for attendees of the conference. This is why we chose to use only… Learn More →

Hi all, I’m back with another meetup winner of GraphConnect passes. A couple of weeks ago, GraphConnect sponsored the Silicon Valley Java User Group, where about 200 attendees showed up for a discussion about REST APIs at Google HQ in… Learn More →

I’m super excited that I was able to sponsor, attend, speak and “Track & Hack” at JRubyConf.EU. With the “Track & Hack” project, we wanted to create an open and live dataset of the presence and interaction of conference attendees.… Learn More →

To test a fully assembled system, a database must be properly integrated into the set-up and tear-down of the test environment. With Neo4j, JVM-friendly developers have a distinct advantage because the database can be instantiated directly in code. Though this… Learn More →

Last week we had about 50 graphistas show up for our Graphs in the Bay Area meetup, sponsored by GraphConnect and QCon SF. QCon and GraphConnect provided a small keg of local beer, pizza and a pair of free tickets… Learn More →

Thanks again everyone for attending the Intro to Spring Data Neo4j webinar. We hope you enjoyed the presentation and learned a lot. We answered all of your questions below. Feel free to use the listed resources to learn more or… Learn More →

It has been a while, and I have missed you all. I am extremely stoked to announce GraphConnect, a conference that is all about graphs, and the graphs you find in your day to day life. Who We have some… Learn More →

Developers today live in a mix-and-match world, as the Neo4j Heroku Challenge demonstrated with some clever engineering that matched the creative applications. Whether enjoying a clean REST interface from your language of choice, or running on the JVM to tap… Learn More →

Learn all about Flavorwocky, an amusing name for a clever idea that highlights the connectedness of everyday life. With a little bit of coding, the simple idea about related flavors became Luanne Misquitta’s winning entry for the Neo4j Heroku Challenge.… Learn More →

The entries have been entered, the votes have been cast and now it is time to announce the winners of the Neo4j Heroku Challenge! What more appropriate time or place for the announcement than here at Salesforce.com’s Cloudstock in San… Learn More →

Hey everyone, We held our How to Get Started with Neo4j webinar last week, and received lots of great questions from our participants. Here are the questions captured in the Q & A section. If you don’t see your question… Learn More →

Dear Developer Community, Today, we challenge you to create the best Heroku-hosted demo or template applications for the Neo4j Add-on. Every participant will get a Neo4j-Heroku t-shirt and awesome prizes will be given to the best contributions. Throughout the next… Learn More →

Hey everyone, This week, we had a great turnout for our Intro to Spring Data Neo4j webinar, presented by Michael Hunger. As promised, here are the rest of the questions that we weren’t able to cover during the Spring Data… Learn More →

Hi graphistas, A while ago I announced that Neo4j is putting a lot of effort into helping the Neo4j community prosper. This is not just empty talk. We’re more than happy to announce that from now on, a dedicated team… Learn More →