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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