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Presentation: Persistent graphs in Python with Neo4j

These are the slides and video of Tobias Ivarsson (@thobe) presenting at PyCon on Neo4j with a Python flavor.

I really liked this slide in particular:

Python code starts at slide 23. A couple of my comments:

  • I am not really sure I understand how the Python scripts are accessing the Neo4j storage when using CPython (Neo4j is supposed to run in a JVM)
  • traversals in graph databases are somewhat synonymous to queries
  • having the traversal implemented like classes extending neo4j.Traversal doesn’t really look Pythonic
  • Django and Neo4j can work together