I’m in Seattle this week to talk graphs at PNWPHP, but nothing can keep me from you, or writing this newsletter. NOTHING.
If you’re using .NET, Chris Skardon and Michael Hunger have written a great intro to Neo4j on the .NET platform. It’s a quick intro to Graphs and Neo4j, plus the basics of calling Cypher queries from C#.
Oh, you wish you had Neo4j on Azure for your .NET application? Graph Story can do that for you!
Hey, remember leftpad? Oops! That sucked, right? Miro Marchi from Cambridge Intelligence breaks down how he used Neo4j and the KeyLines Toolkit to analyze NPM package dependencies and find what would be affected by loss of a single package. He also does analysis of code licenses and compatibility issues. Cool stuff!
William Lyon’s blog is filled with awesome Neo4j articles, and this one is no exception. It steps you through creating a content recommendation system based on links posted to Twitter using Python. It has great, detailed code examples, taking you from retrieving the data on Twitter to scoring links for recommendation in Neo4j.
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Until next week,
CTO, Graph Story