I began exploring graph databases when federated wiki became large enough to be an interesting graph in its own right. Several projects later I became aware of the connection with domain-driven design.
Eric Evans reminded me that there was more to his notion of ubiquitous language and that I was stumbling into it. See Context Map and related patterns.
Emily Hyland encouraged some radical simplification of the programs I had been using. We had a short time working together inspired by Spirit Scientists
Work here is informed by my more detailed work on the enterprise-wiki project El Dorado.
Substantial portions have been contributed to the open source. See About the El Dorado Project
Working on Live El Dorado Demo
Airbnb says, In our model the relationships are just as pertinent as the nodes. Knowing who produced or consumed a resource is just as valuable as the resource itself. Relationships provide the necessary linkages between our siloed data components and the ability to understand the entire data-space. medium
Aleph's Entity Extraction, Document Processing, and Knowledge Graphs For Investigative Journalists with Friedrich Lindenberg. podcast
Building A Knowledge Graph From Public Data At Enigma With Chris Groskopf. podcast
Real-time Systems Landscape using Neo4j. post