The Winter Graphgist Challenge
Neo4j announced yesterday the Graphgist Winter Challenge.
This is a good opportunity for everyone to show their graph modeling and cypher skills or an intuitive way for discovering graph databases. Graphgists are also amazing resources for Graph modeling and use-case examples.
Bonus for those using Graphgen
Graphgist document generation was initially planned for the upcoming update of Graphgen. The challenge annoucement was a good opportunity to release in advance this feature and ease the participation for newcomers.
So here it is !
Heads up to Graphgen and start building your graph.
Once generated you will see a new action button Create Graphgist
Click on it and the setup of your graphgist document is done and all you need to do is to copy and paste it to a adoc file and make it available on a public URL (dropbox, github-gist).
What’s included ?
The setup of your graph
node matchingqueries based on labels
node matchingqueries based on node properties
node and his relationships matchingqueries based on relationship types
And some more nice queries
What is cool, is that without effort you can have a quick graphgist setup. So you have time to concentrate on modeling and describing it. And especially invest work in really good use-case queries for that domain :
I hope you will enjoy it and don’t hesitate to ping me on Twitter for remarks, bugs or just saying me cheers !
I wish you an awesome weekend and good luck for the Graphgist Challenge.
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