Like every year, the fall conference season is in full swing when we’re already preparing for the next batch of conferences in spring 2019.

We’re happy to announce that the graph processing and graph database developer room was accepted again for FOSDEM 2019. Like every year we expect a packed room for the whole day with fascinating sessions around many graph-related topics.

Check out all the details and dates here, including information about submissions: http://graphdevroom.org.

Discover the Schedule for the Graph Processing Room at FOSDEM 2016

FOSDEM is an annual conference at the Université Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium and 100% gathering 8000+ free and open source enthusiasts from all over the world. It’s all about sharing ideas, meeting contributors, collaborating and – of course – Belgian beer. An important part of the conference are the very popular Developer Rooms (DevRooms), which are all-day sessions focused on a specific topic, e.g., graphs, free Java, data science, etc.

Next year, we are proud to host the 7th edition of the Graph DevRoom, again with the of Neo4j community and several partners from the graph ecosystem. The DevRoom will take place on Saturday, February 2, 2019 with a welcome at 10am and talks from 10:30am till 7pm.

We want to invite you, the graph community, to join the conference and the Graph DevRoom, as visitors but also as speakers. We will again give creators and maintainers of graph solutions, researchers, geeks and open source hackers the possibility of presenting their latest work to an attentive audience.

This includes:

  • Graph databases, RDF stores and specialized network databases
  • Graph query languages (e.g. (open)Cypher, GQL, GraphQL or SPARQL) and user-friendly APIs (e.g. Gremlin)
  • (Distributed) Graph processing / analytics frameworks
  • Graph streaming and its applications
  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence applications using graphs
  • Natural language processing
  • Semantic Graphs (RDF) / Knowledge Graphs
  • Benchmarks
  • (Large-scale) graph visualization
  • Graphs and the Internet-of-Things
  • Real-life application of graph processing including industry experience

Of course, other related topics are welcome.

If you want to give a talk or a demo of your or someone else’s graph project, please submit a short proposal by Dec 2, 2018.

Here are the important dates

  • Submission deadline 02. Dec 2018
  • Notification of accepted speakers 09. Dec 2018
  • Schedule Publication 16. Dec 2018
  • Devroom day (Room TBA) 02. Feb 2019

If you want to get an impression on how these talks might look like, check out our DevRoom from earlier this year.

And the best thing: The FOSDEM Conference is free to attend and always a great experience.

Can’t wait to see you there!
Michael for the Neo4j Team

 

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About the Author

Michael Hunger , Developer Relations

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Michael Hunger has been passionate about software development for a very long time. For the last few years he has been working on the open source Neo4j graph database filling many roles.

As caretaker of the Neo4j community and ecosystem he especially loves to work with graph-related projects, users and contributors. As a developer, Michael enjoys many aspects of programming languages, learning new things every day, participating in exciting and ambitious open source projects and contributing and writing software related books and articles.


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