What we’re about
Meetups for Stockholm-based Neo4j fans and people who want to know more about it. We meet to drink beer and discuss Neo4j, nosql and the possibilities that open up when putting data in those kinds of systems.
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Upcoming events (4+)See all
- Network event111 attendees from 21 groups hostingGoing Meta - A Series on Graphs, Semantics and Knowledge Episode 26Link visible for attendees
Episode 26 of Going Meta – a series on graphs, semantics and knowledge
Jesús Barrasa: https://twitter.com/BarrasaDV
Knowledge Graph Book: https://neo4j.com/knowledge-graphs-practitioners-guide/
Previous Episodes: https://neo4j.com/video/going-meta-a-series-on-graphs-semantics-and-knowledge/
Check out https://community.neo4j.com/ for questions and discussions around Neo4j.
- Network event2 attendees from 18 groups hostingNeo4j Live: Entity Resolution and Deduplication with Neo4j and GenAILink visible for attendees
Starting with a knowledge graph constructed from unstructured data with the help of LLMs, we'll address the common challenge of duplicated entities resulting from variations in extracted names and identifiers.
Discover how Neo4j’s Node Similarity algorithms can be leveraged to identify and merge these entities, enhancing the accuracy and usability of your data.
Guest: Johannes Jolkkonen
- Network event146 attendees from 34 groups hostingTraining Series – Intro to Neo4jLink visible for attendees
This session is designed to show you the basics of Neo4j by explaining the core concepts of graph databases, such as nodes, relationships, properties, and labels. We demonstrate how they offer a more intuitive and flexible approach to data than traditional relational databases.
The workshop will include hands-on exercises to introduce you to Cypher, Neo4j’s query language. You will learn how to write Cypher queries to efficiently create, query, update, and delete data in a Neo4j database. This should get you started to explore the possibilities of graph databases further and apply your new knowledge to real-world scenarios, making it an ideal starting point for developers, data scientists, and technology enthusiasts interested in deploying the capabilities of Neo4j.
Trainer: Martin O’Hanlon, Neo4j
- Network event61 attendees from 34 groups hostingTraining Series – Tame Your Graph with Liquibase for Neo4jLink visible for attendees
This session introduces you to the synergistic power of Liquibase and Neo4j, emphasizing how this combination can significantly enhance your database management and refactoring capabilities. With Neo4j’s schema-optional nature, developers enjoy the flexibility to iterate and optimize data representations rapidly. However, evolving data models can become challenging to manage. Here, Liquibase, a leading tool in database refactoring with a history of over a decade, steps in with its innovative Neo4j extension, promising a streamlined solution for managing complex data transformations.
During the workshop, you will explore the transformative benefits of integrating Liquibase with Neo4j, including:
- Change Versatility and Expressiveness: Learn to use a variety of formats such as XML, Yaml, JSON, and Cypher, offering unparalleled flexibility to meet the specific needs of your projects.
- Flexible Tracking with Tagging and Rollbacks: Discover how to effortlessly track changes, mark significant milestones, and perform rollbacks when necessary, ensuring your data integrity remains intact throughout the refactoring journey.
- Streamlined Execution of Complex Refactorings: Gain insights into executing sophisticated graph refactoring operations with ease, facilitating precise and efficient data model adjustments.
- Extensive Integration Options: Delve into various integration pathways, including CLI and Spring Boot, enabling you to seamlessly incorporate Liquibase for Neo4j into your development workflow.
Trainer: Florent Biville & Marouane Gazanayi, Neo4j
Past events (110)See all
- Network event205 attendees from 23 groups hostingNeo4j Live: The Potential of LLMs & Knowledge Graphs through VisualizationThis event has passed