Neo4j Community Mavens: Because Being a Supernode Isn’t Always a Bad Thing

The Neo4j community is full of different kinds of people: people who help others with technical questions, those who write blogs to help educate others about graph databases, those who contribute to open source projects and more. Our community also… Read more →

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Beta Release: Java Driver with Async API for Neo4j

Introduction In this article I would like to introduce the new 1.5.0-beta03 pre-release version of the Bolt Java driver for Neo4j which is now built on an asynchronous, Netty-based infrastructure. Previous versions of the driver used blocking I/O, which meant… Read more →

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This Week in Neo4j – 23 September 2017

Welcome to this week in Neo4j where we round up what’s been happening in the world of graph databases in the last 7 days. Featured Community Member: Alessandro Negro This week’s featured community member is Alessandro Negro, Chief Scientist at… Read more →

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Pushing the Evolution of Software Analytics with Graph Technology

Editor’s Note: This presentation was given by Dirk Mahler at GraphConnect Europe in April 2016. Topics:
-The challenges of traditional software analytics tools
-An introduction to jQAssistant, powered by Neo4j
-The benefits of modeling software as a graph

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Neo4j Community Ecosystem Project Releases for 1.9.GA

In the wake of Tuesdays Neo4j 1.9 GA release, the Neo4j community released a number of dependent ecosystem projects for Neo4j 1.9 to the Neo4j Maven repository (m2.neo4j.org).Some of them follow a new versioning scheme.Here is the list for 1.9:Structr… Read more →

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Neo4j 1.3 M03 – With (short) strings attached!

Today marks the release of our third milestone (M03) towards the Neo4j 1.3 “Abisko Lampa” release, which is now available for download. It’s been a busy iteration with several parallel streams running covering low-level footprint optimizations through to high-level usability,… Read more →

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Simplified Groovy + Neo4j setup

Stig Lau wrote on using Groovy, Neo4j and Maven together.The result is a Groovy demo on top of Neo4j, distributed as a Maven archetype. Setting it up on your machine is a single Maven command. Stig concludes:Groovy just might have… Read more →

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