Opigram: OpenCredo discusses a social recommendation engine – Neo4j Graph Database Platform

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Neo4j News Opigram: OpenCredo discusses a social recommendation engine News Opigram: OpenCredo discusses a social recommendation engine Nicki Watt of OpenCredo presents the lessons learned (and being learned) on an active Neo4j project: Opigram. Opigram is a socially oriented recommendation engine

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Graph Database Training with OpenCredo in London – Neo4j Graph Database Platform

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Neo4j News Graph Database Training with OpenCredo in London News Graph Database Training with OpenCredo in London Neo Technology and OpenCredo announces a single day training course, taking place in London at the OpenCredo offices January 16, from 9:00 to 5:00 pm. This session will be delivered

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Model Matters: Graphs, Neo4j and the Future – Neo4j Graph Database Platform

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Neo4j News Model Matters: Graphs, Neo4j and the Future News Model Matters: Graphs, Neo4j and the Future OpenCredo, consulting partner in the Neo4j Partner Graph, discusses their experiences with using graph databases, Neo4j, and the potential of graph-based applications. As part of our work, we

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Neo4j News Coverage

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in a .NET World June 19, 2012 Neo4j Data Integration with Pentaho Kettle June 19, 2012 Personalization With Cypher June 18, 2012 Case Study: Neo4j in a .NET world June 18, 2012 Facebook's Open Graph for Shopaholics and Fashionistas June 15, 2012 Opigram: OpenCredo discusses a social recommendation engine

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Graph Database Training with OpenCredo in London December 19, 2012 Azul Systems Partner Ecosystem includes Graph Databases December 18, 2012 Graphdatenbanken und Neo4J December 17, 2012 Neo4j Tops NoSQL LinkedIn Skills Growth in 2012 December 17, 2012 Using Neo4j to Analyze Public Spending

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by Manning December 21, 2012 Yes, it's true – Santa Claus uses Graph Databases! December 21, 2012 SpringSource Offers Spring Data eBook Giveaway December 20, 2012 PDF: Neo4j – Eine graph-basierte transaktionale Datenbank December 19, 2012 Graph Database Training with OpenCredo in London December 19

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Neo Technology Launches Graph Database Partner Program – Neo4j Graph Database Platform

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News Room > PR Contact PR Media Kit Neo Technology Launches Graph Database Partner Program NeoTechnology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today launched the Neo4j Partner Graph program. Neo’s portfolio of partners including Centrum Systems, Codecentric, OpenCredo, Readify

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Neo Technology schließt Serie-B-Finanzierung mit 11 Mio. US-Dollar ab – Neo4j Graph Database Platform

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gezielt vorantreiben. Als neue Partner konnten HP, OpenCredo, Open Software  Integrators, InfoClear, McKnight Consulting Group, Xnlogic, CodeCentric, Instil Software, JayWay, Lateral Thoughts, Morgner, SPP42, Xebia, Zenika, Centrum Systems, Readify, SpringSource, Heroku, Thoughtworks und Capgemini

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Neo Technology Raises $11 Million in Series B Funding to Lead Adoption of Graph Databases – Neo4j Graph Database Platform

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in NOSQL and graph database applications. New partners include HP, OpenCredo, Open Software Integrators, InfoClear, McKnight Consulting Group, Xnlogic, CodeCentric, Instil Software, JayWay, Lateral Thoughts, Morgner, SPP42, Xebia, Zenika, Centrum Systems, Readify, SpringSource, Heroku, Thoughtworks

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Labels and Schema Indexes in Neo4j – Neo4j Graph Database Platform

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the “George” node was returned following an index lookup on “first_name”. “Bob the bat” isn’t even in the index! Obviously, for a bigger graph, performance will also be significantly better. Read the full article.   Keywords:  labels • OpenCredo • schema Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.  

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Neo4j Tutorials Going Global – Neo4j Graph Database Platform

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, March 5 with Aleksa Vukotic of OpenCredo. Next up on the tour, Stefan Armbruster will be presenting at the Neo4j Tutorial – Paris on Tuesday, March 5 with Zenika. He travels to the Netherlands for the Neo4j Tutorial – Amsterdam on Thursday, March 7 with Xebia. The tour comes back to the US

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Upcoming Neo4j Events Jan 28 – Feb 5, 2013 – Neo4j Graph Database Platform

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Neo4j News Upcoming Neo4j Events Jan 28 – Feb 5, 2013 News Upcoming Neo4j Events Jan 28 – Feb 5, 2013 Events on Tue, 29 Jan 2013 London Meetup: Intro to Graphs Location: OpenCredo, 5 – 11 Lavington Street, London, SE10NZ, London, United Kingdom Event Info As we have noticed that many of our meetup

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This Week in Neo4j – 7 October 2017

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This week’s featured community member is Michal Bachman, founder and Managing Director of Neo4j Solution Partner GraphAware. Michal Bachman – This Week’s Featured Community Member Michal is one of the earliest members of the Neo4j community in London, starting to work with graphs in his time at OpenCredo

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