Toward AI Standards: Graph Technology as a Fabric for Context

Read this second blog in a series dedicated towards setting a standard for AI, and why graph technology weaves connections to create much-needed context.

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Check Out the Newly Revamped Intro to Neo4j Online Training Course

In less than a day, you could become a graphista. Because we believe that graph databases are the future of backend software development, we wanted to make it easier and simpler than ever to get started on your graph journey.… Read more →

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Achievement Unlocked:
1,000 Neo4j Certified Professionals

In January 2016 we launched the first-ever Neo4j Certification for professionals so that Neo4j experts could prove their know-how, and this week saw the 1000th person pass the test. The 1000th person to pass the test was Gábor Szárnyas, our… Read more →

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Announcing the First-Ever Neo4j Certification for Professionals

With the strong growth of deployments of Neo4j by enterprise customers and users in all industries, we’ve been asked time and again to provide a certification mechanism that allows Neo4j experts to prove their expertise. In today’s job market, NoSQL… Read more →

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Neo4j Doc Manager: Polyglot Persistence for MongoDB & Neo4j

[Editor’s Note:] This Neo4j Lab has been deprecated. The code is available in our GitHub project, but is no longer actively maintained. When building scalable applications, developers have a myriad of technologies to choose from, especially when choosing a database… 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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