The Neo4j community once again posted tons of graph-tastic stuff this past month from awesome articles to great GraphGists. Here are a few of our favorites from the Neo4j community in June: Articles How the Graph is Driving Tech City… Learn More →

Using Load CSV to Import data from Google Spreadsheet My colleague Rickard recently did a great graphgist on Elite:Dangerous trading. When I read his post, the first thing that struck me was that he had found a great clever way to import data into Neo4j. And… Learn More →

Wow, the HackSummit hackathon in San Francisco this past weekend was awesome! HackSummit brought together non-profit organizations, technology sponsors like Neo4j and local developers to hack on social and environmental issues. Over the two days of hacking at Change.org’s offices,… Learn More →

Our community is awesome! From blog posts to videos to GraphGists, graphistas around the world regularly contribute some graph-tastic stuff. Below is a list of some of our favorites from the past month: ARTICLES: Neo4j + Spring Data – a… Learn More →

Neo4j 2.0.1 Community Released on Windows Azure VM Depot We have released a Linux distribution of Neo4j 2.0.1 community on Windows Azure’s VM Depot website. Users of Windows Azure are now able to copy a platform image of Neo4j 2.0.1… Learn More →

The 3.0.1 Release Spring Data Neo4j 3.0 was recently rolled out by the Spring Data team as part of the “Codd” release train of the Spring Data projects. We’re happy to announce this milestone, which can be used effective immediately… Learn More →

First of all, I want to say how happy I am to be part of such a great community around Neo4j. What makes the Neo4j community so impressive is not just the fact that many users apply graphs in so… Learn More →

[As community content, this post reflects the views and opinions of the particular author and does not necessarily reflect the official stance of Neo4j.] Why Would You Want to Do This? The Web Ontology Language (OWL) has been around for… Learn More →

I’m sure that many of you are very technical people – very knowledgeable about all things Java, Dr. Who and the like – but I in case you’ve ever met me, you would probably notice that I am not technical.… Learn More →

Hey all, We have a special blog post written by our wonderful Neo4j community contributor Peter Bell. He has presented Neo4j in many settings, including recently at our Neo4j Tutorial – NYC. Below are his reflections on the seminar and… Learn More →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Geography is a natural domain for graphs and graph databases. So natural, in fact, that early map users of Neo4j simply rolled their own map support. However, it takes some effort to deal with spatial indexes, geometries and topologies, and… Learn More →