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Neo4j 2.0 released - A graph browser and query language improvements

I might be wrong, but Neo4j guys seem to go back to making a big announcement in December. It is a big announcement as the version says: Neo4j got a new data browser and Cypher, Neo4j’s graph query language,

The official announcement contains more details about what’s new in Neo4j. There’s also an interview with Michael Hunger on InfoQ about the new version.

Last, there’s also a slidedeck about the changes and improvements in Cypher:

Original title and link: Neo4j 2.0 released - A graph browser and query language improvements (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)