FOSDEM 2017: Join Us in the Graph Developer Room!

Just like last year, we’re happy that the graph processing and graph database developer room at FOSDEM was approved again. Check out all the details here, including information about submissions: http://graphdevroom.org. If you’re interested in presenting, please submit your talks… Read more →

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Imperative vs. Declarative Query Languages: What’s the Difference?

The history of programming languages goes back to the beginning of computing, with new languages being created for each variation and paradigm. When it comes to databases, two well-known paradigms include imperative and declarative query languages. All too often, the… Read more →

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Marko Blogs: How to Create a Movie Recommender Engine

Marko Rodriguez gives us a step by step guide to building a graph-based movie recommender engine using the publicly available MovieLens dataset, the graph database Neo4j, and the graph traversal language Gremlin. He uses the animated movie Toy Story to… Read more →

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Announcing Neo4j “Boden Bord” 1.5.M01 GA

Dear Graphistas, Summer is over, and the Neo4j community is starting to see the shape of Neo4j 1.5 coming up on our release train, which started its long way south through Sweden from the snowy 1.3 Abisko Lampa (lamp), via… Read more →

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Spring Data Graph 1.1.0 Released

Spring Data Graph 1.1.0 with Neo4j support releasedAfter the first public release of Spring Data Graph in April 2011 we mainly focused on user feedback. With the improved documentation around the tooling and an upgraded AspectJ version, we addressed many… Read more →

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Recap: Getting Started with Neo4j | Webinar Series #2

Hey everyone! For all of you who weren’t able to make our webinar, Getting Started with Neo4j, we’ve edited the webinar and have a summary of our Q&A session. Q: Can you go over more complex specific querying in the… Read more →

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Neo4j 1.4 M01 – Announcing Kiruna Stol

It’s been a couple of weeks since the 1.3 GA release, and along with it the profound changes to the Neo4j product suite and licensing. We’ve been busy in the meantime listening to the great feedback, planning our way forward… Read more →

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EDBT Uppsala 2011 – Graph Processing everywhere.

Yesterday, I had the great honor to be invited to present Graph Databases and data-local processing at the EDBT in Uppsala. Thanks a lot to Pierre Sennellart, Anastasia Ailamaki and Tore Risch for inviting me to this great event and… Read more →

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Neo4j 1.3 “Abisko Lampa” M02- Moving Day

Peter NeubauerHi everyone,It’s milestone release time again. For this time, let me just summarize what we’ve been up to the last two weeks, guided by the distant light of Abisko Lampa.First of all, the community (that’s YOU!) has been fantastic… Read more →

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Yay! The Graph Processing Infrastructure is starting to emerge!

Yay! The Graph Processing Infrastructure is starting to emerge! Hi all,in the last months, the Tinkerpop team has been starting to venture into the big task of starting a unified ecosystem for the world of graphs and related projects and… Read more →

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