By Neo4j Staff | May 7, 2013
Let’s expand the Graph – with Beer
A Knowledge Café
The idea is simple: let’s all get together and exchange ideas, experiences, expertise, knowledge about what we have been doing with Graphs and Graph databases. Everyone will have the opportunity to sit at a table, grab pens, paper, laptops, or whatever tool you want – and explain one topic or the other about Graphs to the other attendees.
Lightning talks about Graphs
Let’s get everyone who has done projects, research, investigations, proof-of-concepts, or why not, product development with graphs together to discuss and learn from one another. Every 15 minutes there will be the opportunity for the most experienced attendees to stand up and do a “lightning talk”. 5 minutes about a topic – and if you’re interested there’s always the possibility to continue the conversation at the knowledge tables.
Yes – the venues will be absolutely terrific. We picked a couple of very cool, easily accessible locations that – of course – have a thing or two to do with beer. And yes: you will have the opportunity to taste some of the local specialty beers.
With your friends and colleagues
Please: help us spread the word and expand the graph community. If you bring a friend to the venue and register that person beforehand, there will be a little token of appreciation waiting for you.
- 11th of June, 2013: at Brouwerij De Prael in downtown Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Please look at a more detailed agenda at the registration pages.
- 12th of June, 2013: at Afspranning De Hand (next to Brouwerij De Koninck) in Antwerp, Belgium. Please look at a more detailed agenda at the registration pages.
If you are interested, want to get involved, want to participate, want to host a table, want to do a lightning talk – then please get in touch.
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