Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Tuesday, 24 November 2020
Yey! I got to do it again. For the 4th time in the history of this weird thing called the Graphistania podcast, I have had the change to spend some quality time talking to Emil Eifrem, our fearless leader and CEO of Neo4j. As last time, we actually recorded the video, so you will find the zoom call, and the MP3 version of it, below in the blogpost - along with the habitual transcription.
Hope you will enjoy the chat as much as I did.
Thursday, 12 November 2020
Hope you are all well, keeping safe, and finding some time to relax and enjoy life in this wonderful rollercoaster that is 2020. Think of it this way - we will never forget this ride, EVAH!
As you can imagine, things have been evolving at warp speed in the wonderful world of graphs as well. So me and my partner in crime Stefan had another chat about all the things we have seen pop up, mostly through the awesome This Week in Neo4j (Twin4J) newsletter. Here's the chat we recorded:
Here's the transcript of our conversation:
RVB:00:00:01.448 Hello, everyone. My name is Rik, Rik Van Bruggen from Neo4j, and here I am again recording another episode of our Graphistania Neo4j podcast. Wonderful time of the day to start with this type of conversation because I have my dear friend, Stefan, on the other side of this call. Hi, Stefan. How are you?
Wednesday, 4 November 2020
As we enter November 2020, I - like many people I assume - can't help but feel quite "betwattled" by all of the events taking place this year. I took some time last weekend to look at all the crazy events that happened ... starting with pretty normal January and February, moving slowly to ominous March, and then living the weird, (semi-) locked down lives that we have been living until this very day I write this, which is the day after the bizarre US elections.
In any case, I decided to have some fun while reflecting about all this. And in my world, that means playing with data, using my favourite tools... CSV files, Google Sheets, and of course, Neo4j. Let me take you for a ride.
Starting out with my calendar
The starting point of all this is of course my Google Calendar - which is buried in online calls and meetings these days.