The New Normal: What I Learned (or Un-Learned) at GraphConnect 2022

A tremendous amount of database science is devoted to “normalization.” Time to ask yourself: Who does normalization actually serve?

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Cybersecurity: To Graph or Not to Graph. That Is the Query.

Don’t miss these insightful presentations on cybersecurity from the event Connections: Combatting Modern Cyber Threats with Graph Databases.

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Transforming Innovation: Digital Twin for the Win!

Find out what a digital twin can do for your business as well as how you can build digital twins on top of a knowledge graph.

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12 NODES 2021 Talks You May Have Missed

Check out the coolest graph stories and projects from Neo4j Developer Expo and Summit 2021 you may have missed.

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Neo4j as an Embedded Database: When Does Embedding a Graph DB Make Sense?

Discover when it makes sense to embed a graph database into your application for added value and functionality.

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From Graph to Knowledge Graph: How a Graph Becomes a Knowledge Graph

Discover the process a graph has to go through to become an interconnected, manageable and useful knowledge graph.

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From Graph to Knowledge Graph: Data Trends and Challenges

Discover the biggest data trends and challenges today, which requires you to connect your data into a manageable and useful knowledge graph.

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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 – GraphXR, CARD, Relational vs. Graph, Azure Functions, Neo4j Spring Data 6, Load JSON, Videos Galore

Hello, everyone! We hope that some of you were able to attend the hands-on training sessions that the developer relations team members conducted last week. We had a great turnout for these sessions, which were recorded. This week, we feature… Read more →

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#GraphCast: Graphs Eat Complexity for Breakfast

Check out this week’s #GraphCast series to discover how graphs make complex problems manageable and easy to explore.

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This Week in Neo4j – DeFi Blockchain Graph, FlatData, NER with SpaCy, NODES talks on API, App Development, DevOps, GraphQL, Bloom, Visual Query Builder

Hello, everyone! I’m leaving for some time off next week but I don’t want to leave you without the weekly update from the Neo4j ecosystem. I have three call-outs to make, and then let you digest the amazing content from… Read more →

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How to Build a Knowledge Graph from Scratch Even If You’re Not a Full-Blown Developer

Read this step-by-step guide to building a knowledge graph from scratch even if you’re not a full-blown developer.

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This Week in Neo4j: Batch vs. Stream, UX Survey, Kafka Example, Jupyter/Docker for Data Science, Deep Learning

Hello, everyone! We at Neo4j are working to continually improve the UX experience for our users. If you have the time, please consider meeting with us to discuss your experience with our products and what you would like to see… Read more →

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How graphs help marketers get super slick on user data

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2020 CRN Big Data 100: 12 Database System Companies to Consider

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COVID-19 with GraphXR and Neo4j

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We Build a Knowledge Graph on COVID-19

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Graph Databases for Beginners: Wait, What Do You Mean by “Graph”?

Learn the difference between a graph and a chart, including the basics of nodes and relationships as well as graph theory and its application to databases.

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Getting Started with the Microsoft Concept Graph in Neo4j

What does the study of concepts (or categories, depending on your field of study) tell us about the human mind? A result of the Probase research project, the Microsoft Concept Graph harnesses billions of web pages and search logs to build a huge graph of relations between words (like “apple”) and their concepts (like “fruit” or “hardware company”). Using this data, the team at Microsoft hopes to build better search engines, spell-checkers, recommendation engine, taxonomies and more.

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Why We Just Raised a $36M Series D – and What’s Next for the Graph Space

I’m incredibly excited to announce that the Neo4j team has just raised $36 million in a series D funding round. I am glad to welcome Greenbridge Investment Partners to the graph of Neo4j investors, and I’d like to thank all… Read more →

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