Keynotes & Big AnnouncementsKicking off the day will be Neo Technology’s own Emil Eifrem who will overview the graph database landscape and talk about the future of graphs. Also, he’ll be making some major announcements about the future of Neo4j so get ready for some ground-breaking news! And wrapping up the day will be Chief Scientist Jim Webber’s closing keynote featuring a more in-depth discussion about graph databases and where they’re headed in tomorrow’s enterprise.
Three Different Learning TracksGraphConnect San Francisco features three different learning tracks to help you choose which sessions are most helpful to you. Here’s a breakdown of what each track features:
- The Business Impact of Graphs: The sessions in this track give you real-life examples of how different enterprise organizations are using graph databases in their mission-critical applications. Speakers include Scott David from the World Economic Forum, Prem Malhotra from Cisco Systems and Karen Lopez from InfoAdvisors.
- Graphs in Action: This track delivers a more hands-on experience with graph databases, diving into specific use cases and helping you integrate your graph database with other platforms and frameworks. Some of the best talks in this track include Dr. Mahesh Chaudhari’s presentation on MongoDB + Neo4j, Steven Noel’s talk on graphs for cybersecurity and Kenny Bastani and Josh Long’s talk on Microservices with Spring Cloud and Neo4j.
- Learning Neo4j: The Learning Neo4j track teaches you everything you need to know to be successful with the world’s leading graph database. This track features several of the actual engineers and data experts working on Neo4j itself, including Data Scientist Nicole White, Senior Engineer Ian Robinson and Cypher expert Petra Selmer.
Lightning TalksAll throughout the day, other speakers and sponsors (like IBM, Tom Sawyer Software and Linkurious) will be hosting bite-sized lightning talks in the expo hall while you’re between sessions or taking a break from the main tracks. Also, look out for familiar faces from the Neo4j community and even a few of the Neo4j driver authors.
Wrap Up the Day with DisConnectAt the end of the day, take a moment to relax and network over cocktails at DisConnect. Hosted on-site at Pier 27, this is a great opportunity to mingle with fellow graphistas, get to know the conference speakers and follow up on your last-minute questions. After a full day of graph-tastic talks and lessons, you deserve to DisConnect with new friends and colleagues. With such a jam-packed agenda, you can’t afford to miss GraphConnect San Francisco. Click below to register for the world’s leading graph database conference happening on October 21, 2015.
About the Author
Greta Workman, Marketing Manager
Greta Workman has about four years of marketing and external affairs experience through internships at CBS, Pfizer, and Columbia Business School, with some non-profit work scattered in there as well. She recently graduated from Barnard College of Columbia University in NYC with a degree in Political Economics