The time has come to create a single, unified property graph query language. Different languages for different products help no one. We’ve heard from the graph community that a common query language would be powerful: more developers with transferable expertise;… Read more →

This post originally appeared on Emil Eifrem’s CEO blog on 1 December 2017. Graph technology has come a long way, and today the transformative nature of graphs is publicly visible through examples such as financial fraud detection in Panama and… Read more →

In case you missed it at GraphConnect New York: The Neo4j team has announced the public alpha release of Cypher for Apache Spark™. We’ve been building Cypher for Apache Spark for over a year now and have donated it to… Read more →

Today at GraphConnect New York, Neo4j has announced our transformation from the provider of a graph database into the creator of a graph platform. We are making this change to address the evolving needs of customers in their deployment of… Read more →

You already have all the reasons you should attend GraphConnect New York, and now you know who the must-see presenters will be, but now it’s time for the best reason to attend: The bottom-to-top agenda of all the keynotes, presentations… Read more →

This autumn, GraphConnect will again be in the town that never sleeps – New York City! Whether you’re new to the world of graph database or you’ve been a part of the movement for some time, there’s something new for… Read more →

You already have all the reasons you should attend GraphConnect Europe and now you know who the top 10 presenters will be, but now it’s time for the easiest selling point of all: the bottom-to-top agenda of all the keynotes,… Read 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.] Many developers mostly stay in their integrated development environments (IDEs) when working on software. That’s why… Read more →

There are a million technologies competing for your attention, and sometimes it’s hard to weed out the marketing fluff from real product talk. That’s why we’ve decided to take a moment, step out of the way, and give you access… Read more →

Welcome to this week in Neo4j! From now on instead of covering everything that happened in Neo4j at the end of the month in one mega-post we’re going to publish a more focused update once a week. We hope you… Read more →

I’ve only been on the Neo4j team for eight months, but it’s been a hectic and fascinating introduction to the world of graph data management. During my career I’ve been back and forth between software product companies (from the very… Read more →

You already know about Neo4j 3.1 from its beta launch at GraphConnect last October. Now the general availability release of Neo4j is less than two weeks away! That’s right, Neo4j 3.1 will become production ready on Tuesday, 13 December 2016,… Read more →

Just like last year, we’re happy that the graph processing and graph database developer room at FOSDEM was approved again. Check out all the details here, including information about submissions: http://graphdevroom.org. If you’re interested in presenting, please submit your talks… Read more →

The FOSDEM open source conference is the largest (5000+) gathering of users and developers of open source projects in Europe. Happening annually in Brussels, Belgium it has been home of the Graph Processing devroom for the last five years. Every… Read more →

This past November has shown us why we’re so thankful for the Neo4j community. We’re especially grateful to all of you who published great articles about your projects, libraries and integrations with Neo4j on everything from Ruby on Rails and… Read more →

Good news for developers in the Lion City: The Neo4j ecosystem now includes a budding new community in Singapore! While Neo Technology will always have a Swedish soul, we’ve already welcomed a number of nations to the worldwide graph of… Read more →

Editor’s Note: Last October at GraphConnect San Francisco, Jim Webber – Chief Scientist at Neo Technology – delivered this very sciency closing keynote on the graph database landscape. For more videos from GraphConnect SF and to register for GraphConnect Europe,… Read more →

If you haven’t just heard the news from my keynote presentation at GraphConnect San Francisco, you missed what I believe is going to be a defining moment not only for Neo4j but the entire world of graph technologies. Setting aside… Read more →