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A Gremlin Without a Cause: TinkerPop 2.4.0 Released

08.13.2013
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MVB Marko Rodriguez recently announced the release of TinkerPop 2.4, which is a bunch of graph database frameworks, algorithm packages, servers, and more.  This release was dubbed "Gremlin Without a Cause," and you can see the logo to go with it below (it's the Gremlin logo dressed like James Dean).

Gremlin, for those who don't know, is a graph database query language similar to Cypher.  One of the commenters noted that Gremlin-Scala was also released recently on GitHub.

Visit the Google Group's page for quick list of all the significant new features for each component of TinkerPop.