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This Week in Neo4j - 19th May 2018

Explore everything that's happening in the Neo4j community for the week of 19 May 2018 including the release of Neo4j 3.4 and Neo4j is now available on Google Cloud Launcher. We also have the GQL proposal, a deep dive into the new DateTime data type, and more.

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This Week in Neo4j - 19th May 2018

  1. 1. This Week in Neo4j 19th May 2018
  2. 2. Mark Needham Developer Relations Engineer at Neo4j / @markhneedham 2
  3. 3. The week's graph database news in one handy slide deck! Find the archive at
  4. 4. Featured community member: Nicolle Cysneiros Learn more about Nicolle
  5. 5. Neo4j 3.4 Released Watch a short video of the release highlights Following on from the announcement at GraphTour San Francisco a couple of weeks ago, Neo4j 3.4 was released on Thursday. We’ve also released new versions of the Graph Algorithms, APOC, and GraphQL plugins. This version of Neo4j has the eagerly awaited geospatial and temporal data types.
  6. 6. Neo4j available on Google Cloud Launcher Read the blog post As of this week Neo4j is available on Google Cloud Launcher, and Christopher Crosbie from the Google Cloud Partner Engineering Team has written an article in which he shows how Neo4j can be used to better understand NCAA Mascots or analyze your GCP security posture with Stackdriver logs.
  7. 7. It’s Time for a Single Property Graph Query Language Vote for the GQL Proposal Earlier this week we published the GQL Manifesto, which proposes fusing the best of Cypher, PGQL and G-CORE into a more comprehensive query language built specifically for graph solutions. If you’re in favour of the manifesto don’t forget to vote.
  8. 8. Deep Dive: Temporal Data Type Deep Dive with Dates Adam Cowley has written a great blog post in which he does a deep dive into the new temporal data type released in Neo4j 3.4. Adam explains the different Clocks, Dates, and Times now available and concludes with a worked example.
  9. 9. Visualizing Open Data using Neo4j Read the slides Scott Sosna shared the slides from his DevoxxUK 2018 talk. Scott shows how to explore various Open Data sources using Neo4J and see what you can discover.
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