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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Neo4j Releases Graph Data Science Library, Look For New Updates

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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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This Week in Neo4j – Power BI, Mobile Recommendations, Policy Base Service Authorization, Graph Algorithms Book Review, Training Week, Knowledge Graph Browser

Back to work/school! I’m back from time off with the family and I assume so are many of you. Hope you had time to recharge, disconnect, and meet some real people for a change. This week I have a lot… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Workshops, Steam VR, iOS Apps, and More

Hello, everyone! And just like that, August is almost over! Everyone is returning from their August vacations (or maybe staycations), the kids are returning to school (whatever that might look like in your part of the world), and our minds… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – GraphQL Library V2, AuraDB Free Demo, Power BI, MLOps, the Louvre, and Discourse Versus Discord

Hello, everyone! Here we are already in mid-August and the summer is quickly winding down. But the community is still hard at work and doing some great things with graphs! There was some big news within the Neo4j community this… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Will it Graph, Python Database Backups, Knowledge Graphs, Kinesis, and Kanye West

Hello, everyone! It’s August and many of us are thinking about taking a restful break from work for the month, or perhaps returning our kids to school. However, our community members are hard at work generating some great things with… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Data Journalism NYPD, Django Admin, Visualization Talks, CEO Podcast, Write Performance, Java GraphQL

Hello, everyone! Time really flies! It felt like only yesterday I was putting together last week’s twin4j. I encourage you to share both the newsletter and blog with colleagues and friends who may also find it helpful. You can point… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Recommendations, Shakespeare, Graphyx, AuraDB Free Tier, Dungeons and Dragons, GraphSAGE, NODES 2021

Hello, everyone! NODES 2021 has come and gone! It was a very successful online developer conference for us. We hope you were able to attend, but if not, we will be posting links to the recordings soon. We thank all… Read more →

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Neo4j Raises the Largest Funding Round in Database History

Check out Neo4j CEO and Co-Founder Emil Eifrem’s thoughts on raising the largest funding round in database history.

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Webinars, Demos, Connections – Oh My!

Check out the upcoming webinars, demos, and digital events in June 2020, including an interview with authors of Graph Databases for Dummies.

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This Week in Neo4j – Google Cloud IAM hierarchy, Analyzing Genomes, Demystifying Graph Databases

Hi everyone, In this week’s video, Dr Jim Webber talks about the growing importance of Graph Data Science. Pavan Kumar Kattamuri visualises Google Cloud IAM, Papa Yaw Ofori-Afriyie gives us an intro to graph databases, and Rik Van Bruggen published… Read more →

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#GraphCast: A Renaissance of Knowledge Graphs

Check out this week’s #GraphCast series for an informative podcast on knowledge graphs with Amy Hodler.

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New Certification Exam Available: Neo4j Graph Data Science

Announcing our new certification exam you can take on GraphAcademy to become a certified graph data science professional.

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Graphs for Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Discover how graph technology is changing the artificial intelligence and machine learning landscape with graph theory and algorithms.

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