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: Eve Freeman
This week’s featured community member is Eve Freeman, Applications Development Analyst IV at Fannie Mae.
Eve Freeman – This Week’s Featured Community Member
Eve featured on one of the very early editions of the Neo4j podcast, back in 2015, and if you’ve attended a Neo4j training course on the East coast of the USA you’ve probably been taught about graphs by Eve. A lot of the content in the Advanced Cypher training was authored by her.
On behalf of the Neo4j community, thanks for your all your work Eve!
Online Meetup: Versioning Your Neo4j Graph Through Entity-State Models
Their project Neo4j Versioner Core provides a collection of procedures to help developers to manage the entity state model, by creating, updating, and querying the graph.
If you’re dealing with IoT devices, shopping carts, or trading positions this talk is well worth watching.
Fake News, Threat Hunting, Symfony Neo4j, Neo4j Explorer, Fast Imports
SymfonyNeo4jBundle – The Neo4j Symfony bundle
On StackOverflow: Finding Triplets, Dynamic Relationship Types, Property Arrays
It’s time for another trip to StackOverflow to see what people are asking about over there.
What’s happening next week in the world of graph databases?
Tweet of the Week
My favorite tweet this week was by my colleague Ryan Boyd:
Follow ryan boyd @ryguyrg
my node looks cute in her @neo4j beanie!
Don’t forget to RT if you liked it too.
That’s all for this week. Have a great weekend!