Thoughts from the Wet Coast

The musings of an ASP.NET Developer from Canada's We(s)t Coast

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In 1736 Leonhard Euler established the foundations of Graph Theory the basis of Graph databases when he was challenged by the citizens of Konigsberg to solve a problem with the layout of their city.
Aug 20 2018

I have had an interest in Graph databases for a while. In fact, a couple of years ago I presented a session on Graph Databases and Neo4j in particular at the DNN Con conference held in West Palm Beach. Graph Databases fill an important place in the array of Database options, both relational (SQL) and non-relational (NoSQL), available to us as developers. But what are Graph Databases? And what are the Graph Database implementations available to us. In this series of blog posts I will explore these topics in some detail and I invite you to join me as I learn about this important topic in the age of Social Media.
Aug 13 2018

In my investigation of the Neo4j database I will now turn my attention to the Neo4j browser.  

Once Neo4j is installed there will be a small executable that can be used to start the Neo4j database server.

 
Oct 29 2014

In this blog post I am going to return to my investigation of the graph database Neo4j.  So far I have done a brief introduction to Neo 4j and I have shown how easy it is to install Neo 4j in an Azure VM.

Oct 28 2014

imageOver the last couple of years I have been trying to get a handle on the “new” database technologies lumped together under the NoSQL banner.  In that respect I have posted several articles to this blog.

More recently my focus has shifted from looking at NoSQL databases as a group to diving in deeper to a few select “NoSQL” databases.  The one that intrigues me most is Neo4j – a graph database.

Mar 19 2014

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