This Week in Neo4j – Liquibase, Crypto Txns Breadcrumbs, Cloud Empire, Java Version Diffs, Gephi, GraphQL 2.2.0, GraphKer

Hello, everyone! This week, we’re featuring Anthony Chiboucas, a very active Neo4j Community member. Also in this issue, Florent Biville invites you to test the new tool to migrate from liquigraph to liquibase, which can help you migrate your Neo4j… 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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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 – NODES Workshops, Data Lineage, Knowledge Graphs, Spatial Data, and Creating a Social Network

Happy September! We have a lot in store this week for Twin4j. First, we would like to remind you of the upcoming, live re-runs of the NODES 2021 workshops, scheduled for the week of September 13, 2021. All workshops are… 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 – More on GraphQL v2, A Focus on Graph Embeddings, and Recommendation Engines with Kafka

Hello, everyone! For this week of Twin4j, we wanted to highlight a few different things. First, we get the chance to take an in-depth look at the newly-released GraphQL library 2.0.0. Next, we are dedicating most of this issue to… 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 – API Summit, GraphQL, Modeling, Nextjs, Image Recognition, KarateClub, Migration

Hello, everyone! I hope you are having a great summer and can take some time to refresh yourselves. In spite of the summer hiatus, many folks have been busy doing Neo4j-related work! This week, we highlight Rajesh Gaddipati and Vishal… Read more →

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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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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 – PHP Driver, Software Analytics, Chemical Patents, Streamlit TSNE, GraphQL Security, GitHub Copilot, Developer Tools, Nodes 2021

Hello, everyone! Another week gone, and many of you had a long weekend and a short week. But impressively, a lot of content has been created these last few days. Our featured member this week is Ghlen Nagels, the maintainer… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Behind the Trillion Graph, Mocking Neo4j in JavaScript, Bloom Tricks, Reactive Driver, Cloud Integrations, Data Science Talks, Neo4j Review, AuraDB Quickstart Videos

Hello, everyone! Even with the start of the summer and NODES behind us, there is no pause of activity in the Neo4j community. This week we’ve seen a lot of articles, projects, and initiatives popping up. This week’s featured member… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Neo4j 4.3, SemSpect Graph App, Reconciling Taxonomies, Contest Winners, Relationship Indexes, prov2neo, NODES 2021 Recordings

Hello, everyone! We here at Neo4j are still “abuzz” about the presentations last week at NODES 2021 and the exciting announcements by Emil about Neo4j 4.3, AuraDB Free Tier, the massive trillion+ relationship graph, and the series F funding. Let’s… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Twitchverse, Java Drivers, Encryption, Power BI, Machine Learning, Metadata

Hello, everyone! Don’t miss our free hands-on training sessions the week before NODES 2021. All folks who register for NODES can attend these sessions (scroll down for details). In this week’s episode, Tomaz Bratanic provides a comprehensive tutorial for setting… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Neo4j GraphQL 1.0, GraphStuff.FM, RDBMS to Graph, Art History in VR

Hello, everyone! In this week’s episode, Neo4j Engineering announced the official release of the product-supported Neo4j GraphQL library, complete with new features, docs, and a migration guide. Will and Lju published another podcast episode for GraphStuff.FM on determining a good… Read more →

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Announcing the Neo4j GraphQL Library: Build Low-Code GraphQL APIs Faster

Discover what the official release of the Neo4j GraphQL Library has to offer and learn how to get started with the library.

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This Week in Neo4j – Hackathon, SQL Server to Neo4j, Hexology Startup, Recap GGCD 2021

Hello, everyone! In this week’s episode, Tara gives us details on the Leonard Euler Idea Contest – registrations now open! Hadi published an article on how to export indexes and constraints from SQL Server graph tables to Neo4j. Darrel explains… Read more →

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Discover the Soul of a Product Using Neo4j and React

See how the engineering team at Under Armour created an X-Ray Graph with Neo4j to enable employees to better understand the product journey.

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This Week in Neo4j – Next.js & GraphQL Authentication, NeoDash, Importing CSV Files

Hi everyone, Our video this week is from Build a GRANDstack Podcast App live stream. If you like Next.js, this one is for you. New DevRel team member Clair Sullivan shows us how to import CSV files, Tomaz Bratanic builds… Read more →

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Your Roadmap for an Enterprise Graph Strategy

Michael Moore from EY discusses how to start the graph conversation at your company and set a successful enterprise graph strategy.

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This Week in Neo4j – IT Operations and graphs, Building An Election Night Dashboard, Central Park Sandbox

Hi graphistas, Welcome to the last version of TWIN4j for 2020. We’ll be taking a couple of weeks off over Christmas and the New Year, so we’ll see you again in 2021! Until then we need your help! Our Developer… Read more →

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How the GRANDstack Makes Handling Complex Data Easy

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Michael Porter at NODES 2019 in October 2019. Presentation Summary GRANDstack is a full-stack framework for building applications with GraphQL, React, Apollo and the Neo4j Database. In this talk, Michael Porter, Founder of… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – Using Neo4j 4.2 With Cloudflare Workers, Single Sign-On for Neo4j, Building a Spotify Dashboard

Hi everyone, If you celebrate Thanksgiving I hope you had a good (but presumably quieter!) one this year. We’re almost at the end of our latest national lockdown in the UK, so we’ll soon be allowed to meet some people… Read more →

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GRANDstack: Graphs All the Way Down

Learn why GRANDstack and GraphQL have been quickly gaining adoption, and why representing data as a graph is a win when building your API.

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