This Week in Neo4j –Twitch, Stackoverflow, Masterclass, Workshop

Hello, everyone! 🎃 Is it just me or is this month getting spookier and spookier by the day? I’m sure it’s just me, but it still doesn’t feel like I’m the only one who’s been spooked this month. At least… Read more →

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Jim Webber with Asurion’s Julie Fisher on Her Singular Path to Graph

At this year’s NODES 2021 closing keynote, Dr. Jim Webber, Neo4j’s Chief Scientist, unearthed some of Neo4j’s most varied and vibrant community members and customers to give them a chance to tell their graph stories. As he said in his… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – GDS 1.7 Features, Knowledge Graph with Spark and Neo4j, Digital Nomad Travel Logs, Link Predictions, Load Data Into AuraDB

Hello, everyone! As we begin a new quarter – and enter the spookiest month of the year – Twin4j brings you both tricks and treats from the past week in the world of Neo4j. In this issue, we will see… Read more →

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Combining Knowledge Graph and Graph Algorithms to Find Hidden Skills at NASA

Check out how David Meza from NASA combined knowledge graph and graph algorithms to find hidden skills within the organization.

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It’s Officially Fall: Let’s Catch Up on What You Missed This Summer

That’s right – it’s fall! Time to break out your sweaters, jump in piles of leaves, and warm up with pumpkin spiced lattes. What does this have to do with webinars? Nothing really, but it’s one of my favorite times… Read more →

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Stéphane Delysee: How AFNOR Found Success with Neo4j’s Innovation Lab

We’re delighted to share with you this conversation between Stefan Wendin, Neo4j’s Global Head of Business Design & Strategic Programs (and steward of our Innovation Lab), and Stéphane Delysse, Head of IT Business and Data Analysts Team at AFNOR Group.… Read more →

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Neo4j in the News – End of Summer Edition: Explainable AI, Democratizing Coding, and Space Junk

And just like that, summer is over. Yet, somehow I feel it’s only just begun! It’s incredible how quickly time goes by, and it seems as though each and every quarter gets more and more exciting. A number of key… Read more →

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What’s New with Graph Data Science: GDS 1.7 Release

At this point, we’re all back from our summer holidays – whether we want to be or not. One consolation prize, though, is that the team at Neo4j spent our summer putting together another fabulous update to the Graph Data… Read more →

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Kafka for Neo4j AuraDB Is Available Now

Neo4j recently released the Neo4j Connector for Apache Kafka, version 4.1. In this post, I’d like to cover some of the important changes and new functionality. Today, we’re announcing availability of the Kafka Connect Source approach, which allows you to… Read more →

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Knowledge Graphs: Data in Context for Responsive Businesses [New Book]

We are thrilled to announce the availability of the O’Reilly: Knowledge Graphs: Data in Context for Responsive Businesses book!

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It’s Back to School Season! Learn More About Neo4j With These Webinars

You might have missed some important webinars we held this summer to help you learn more about Neo4j. This recap will get you up to speed.

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From Collected Data to Connected Data

Throughout my 37-year career in information communications technology, beginning from a System Engineer after graduation to my current role of Regional and Global Marketing, one thing remained constant – DATA! It is either about how fast we process it with… Read more →

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Graph Databases Gain in Strength

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Graphs4Good: Insights into Police Misconduct with Graphs

On June 24, 2021, George Joseph of the Gothamist published a piece entitled “Mapping the Clusters of New York Police Department (NYPD) Officers Repeatedly Accused of Misconduct.” Together with independent data journalist EJ Fox, Joseph detailed how controversial police conduct… Read more →

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Announcing Early Access of Neo4j AuraDB Free Tier

Achieve the fastest path to graph with a fully managed Neo4j graph database in the cloud – free forever and no credit card required.

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Creating Resilience

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What is a graph database?

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