To honor of the Swiss mathematician and inventor of graph theory, Leonhard Euler, the Neo4j community held events all over the world to gather and celebrate the day of his birth, April 15th.

If you didn’t get a chance to participate (there’s always next year!), check out this video on what Global Graph Celebration Day is, why Euler is so important and how his discovery continues to resonate today.

Check out how the first-ever Global Graph Celebration Day events around the world.

60+ events, in 6 continents, were hosted and led by our community! Here a snapshot of how Global Graph Celebration Day was commemorated:

Location: Canberra, Australia
Organized by: Steven Mogg, Jordon Antognelli, Tom Urwin
Location: Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Organized by: Vigneswaren Krishnamoorthy
Location: London, United Kingdom
Organized by: David Stevens
Location: Accra, Ghana
Organized by: William Sam, Bernard Ayittah, Daniel Sackey, Terry Bartels, Amenuveve Ocloo, Justice Esuman
Location: Salem, Tamilnadu, India
Organized by: P. Sathishkumar, P. Arunkumar, M. Priyalaxmi, Narendhran
Location: Columbia, South Carolina
Organized by: Chrisogonas Mc’Odhiambo, Brendan
Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Organized by: Henrique Rabelo de Andrade, Daniel Belchior, Pedro Marins
Location: South Jordan, Utah
Organized by: Michael Black
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Organized by: Michael Black
Location: Surabaya, Indonesia
Organized by: Nur Aini Rakhmawati, Postgraduate Information Systems Department, Insitut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember
Location: Karachi City, Pakistan
Organized by: Siraj Munir, ACM Chapter MAJU
Location: Dresden, Germany
Organized by: Sascha Peukert, Michael Hunger
Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
Organized by: Pedro Parraguez, Daniel Pryn, Jens Ludvigsen
Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Organized by: Ivana Momcilovic
Location: Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Organized by: Dominic KUMAR
‏@DominicKUMAR7 Hello from Chennai (Tamil Nadu, India) Airlines Route Optimization #GlobalGraphCelebrationDay #GlobalGraphCelebrationDays #neo4j

Location: Accra, Ghana
Organized by: John Gyimah, Naa Amerley Croffie
Location: Austin, Texas
Organized by: Valkyrie Intelligence, Austin Big Data AI Meetup, Charlie Burgoyne and Betsy Hilliard of Valkyrie Intelligence.
Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Organized by: Augustine Correa
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Organized by: Jess Mason, Jason Cox, Philly GraphDB
Location: São Paulo, Brazil
Organized by: Jhonathan de Souza Soares, Leandro Del Busso Domingues, Otávio Santana, Igor de Paula
Location: Bucharest, Romania
Organized by: Calin Constantinov, Gabriel Preda
Location: Centennial, Colorado
Organized by: Kiran Pingali, Ravi Kiran Ponduri, Pradeep Ponduri
Location: Blagnac, France
Organized by: Nicolas ROUYER, Cédric FAUVET
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Organized by: Koji Annoura, Changhwan Lee, Yukiya Hayashi
Location: Fukuoka, Japan
Organized by: Michito Ichimaru, FUJITSU KYUSHU SYSTEMS LIMITED/ KYUSHU TEN LIMITED/ ADVANCED MANAGEMENT CONSULTING CO., LTD./ GlobalWorks Corporation/ Kuzilla System Development CO., LTD.
We held “GlobalGraphCelebrationDay Fukuoka” We gave a talk about this three titles 1.Auto generate design documents from Neo4j TITLE : (Neo4j)-[:GENERATES]->(GitBook) 2.Recommendation engine PoC TITLE : Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought 3.The best practices for using Neo4j TITLE : The best practices for using Neo4j (using multi language) #Neo4jUsersGroup #GlobalGraphCelebrationDay

Location: San Francisco, California
Organized by: Kineviz (Weidong Yang, Sony Green), Metis (Stephany Bittar, Nathan Vermeiren), San Francisco Big Data Science (Saurabh Kumar, H2O.ai)
Location: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Organized by: Wing Kwong, Stuart Williams, Dave Fulawka, Susan Howlett
“Special note of appreciation goes out to Bison Transport as the corporate sponsor hosting the Global Graph Celebration Day event in Winnipeg, and to Neo4j’s Mike Carey and David Rosenblum as the featured speakers.”

Location: Tallinn, Estonia
Organized by: Boris Yartsev, Silvia Rannit, Denys Pysmenniy, Alexander Tavgen
Location: Łódź, Poland
Organized by: Jarosław Pałka, Paweł Włodarski, Łukasz Piotr Łuczak, Java User Group Łódź
Location: Ciudad de México, Mexico
Organized by: Antonio Sollano (+ Leo & Eric)
Location: Mumbai, India
Organized by: Kunjal Maheshwari, Hiren Gada
Location: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Organized by: Abir Gharazeddine, Alessandro Negro, Michal Bachman, Kateřina Kubalíková, Veronika Srncova
Location: Frankfurt, Germany
Organized by: Anke Pachauer, Axel Morgner, Christian Morgner, Susanne Morgner, Kai Schwaiger, Inès Woltmann, Christian Kramp, Michael Volpert, Lukas Reich, Nicolas Voigt
Location: Madrid, Spain
Organized by: Bea Hernández, Leticia Martín-Fuertes, Inés Huertas, RLadies Madrid
Location: Munich, Germany
Organized by: Bert Radke, Joschka Wanke, Stefan Armbruster, Alexander Erdl
Location: Washington, D.C.
Organized by: Michael McKenzie, Tommy Jones, Maria Ronseria, Amy Hodler
Location: New York City, New York
Organized by: Reshama Shaikh, Saurabh.Kumar, Greta Workman, WiMLDC NY, Metis Data Science, NY Big Data Science, H2O.ai, Stack Overflow
Location: Bengaluru, India
Organized by: CAST Software, Kunal Yadav, Paramveer Singh, Raghu Madhava, Vikash Kumar Verma
Location: Leipzig, Germany
Organized by: Claudia Caruso, Ralf Becher
Location: Stavanger, Norway
Organized by: Joe Chesak
Location: Calgary, Canada
Organized by: Mike Morley Presenting on geological applications for graph day!
Location: Prior Lake, Minnesota
Organized by: James Berndt
Location: Perth Australia
Organized by: Rimma Shafikova, Diana Mozo-Anderson, Denis Lapchev, Alexander Fletcher
Location: Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan
Organized by: Norbert Preining, Neo4j User Group Kanazawa
Location: Beijing, China
Organized by: Jorge Zaccaro
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
Organized by: Grand Rapids Java User Group, Carlus Henry, Sydney Paulson
Location: Curaçao
Organized by: Arthur Namias de Crasto
During the session a team building graph of EMS was showed. Other topics discussed amongst others were compliance related such as: how to improve with Anti-Money Laundering investigation using Graphs and why are Graphs right for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Furthermore, the Panama Papers Graph was shown as example. To conclude and commemorate this day, the team posed for a picture with our welcome sign (Bon Bini Mundu!)




Thank you to all of our organizers who helped this movement happen!! Jhonathan de Souza Soares, Leandro Del Busso Domingues, Otávio Santana, Igor de Paula, Nicolas ROUYER, Siraj Munir, Wing Kwong, Stuart Williams, Dave Fulawka, Susan Howlett, Amine Ghrab, EURANOVA, Sascha Peukert, Michael Hunger, Mr. Sathishkumar, Mrs. Haseena, Mr. Arunkumar, Priyalaxmi, Narendhran, Henrique Rabelo de Andrade, Daniel Belchior, Pedro Marins, Neo4j Users Group Tokyo, Koji Annoura, Changhwan Lee, Yukiya Hayashi, Arthur Namias de Crasto, Ivana Momcilovic, Jarosław Pałka, Paweł Włodarski, Łukasz Piotr Łuczak, Pedro Parraguez, Calin Constantinov, Gabriel Preda, Andreea Zanfir, Sony Green, CAST Software, Kunal Yadav, Paramveer Singh, Raghu Madhava, Vikash Kumar Verma Steven Mogg, Charlie Burgoyne, Liz Coufal, Betsy Hilliard, Galvanize Austin, Tuhin Mahmud, Austin Big Data AI Meetup, Neo4j Users Group Fukuoka, Michito Ichimaru, Jess Mason, Jason Cox, Philly GraphDB Meetup, Ralf Becher, Claudia Caruso, Dominic KUMAR, Christian GUICHOU, CAPGEMINI, Michael Black, Neo4j User Group Kanazawa – Norbert Preining, Anna Scaramuzza, Aleks Ontman, Sydney Beckett, Bea Hernández, Leticia Martín-Fuertes, Inés Huertas, Teri Ishii, Kunjal Maheshwari, Hiren Gada, Mike Morley, Abir Gharazeddine, Alessandro Negro, Michal Bachman, Kateřina Kubalíková, Veronika Srncova, Satya prakash, Boris Yartsev, Silvia Rannit, Denys Pysmenniy, Alexander Tavgen, Augustine Correa, Bert Radke, Joschka Wanke, Stefan Armbruster, Alexander Erdl, senthilkumar, saranya, Vigneswaren Krishnamoorthy, Michael McKenzie, Tommy Jones, Maria Ronseria, Grand Rapids Java User Group, Carlus Henry, Sydney Paulson, Chrisogonas Odhiambo, Rimma Shafikova, Diana Mozo-Anderson, Alexander Fletcher, Denis Lapchev, Shubham Suryakant Mhatre, Pushkar Dravid, Shreyas Pawar, Devraj Pradhan, Arsalan Mohammad, Priti Munshi, Vitaly Mareev, William E. Sam, Bernard Ayittah, Daniel Sackey, Terry Bartels, Amenuveve Ocloo, Justice Esuman, Nur Aini Rakhmawati, Postgraduate Information Systems Department, Insitut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember, Antonio Sollano, Tom Michiels, Ignaz Wanders, Koen Rutten, Ashwin Pingali, Kiran Pingali, Ravi Kiran Ponduri, Pradeep Ponduri, Anke Pachauer, Axel Morgner, Christian Morgner, Susanne Morgner, Kai Schwaiger, Inès Woltmann, Christian Kramp, Michael Volpert, Lukas Reich, Nicolas Voigt, David Stevens, John Gyimah, Naa Amerley Croffie, Konstantin Guboglo, Andrey Kondaurov, Metis Data Science, NY Big Data Science, Manish Jain, James Berndt, Senica Gonzalez, Robert Usher, Namrata Sherkhane, Julie Stefaniak, Jorge Zaccaro, Joe Chesak, Jason Zagalsky, Weidong Yang, Sony Green, Stephany Bittar, Nathan Vermeiren, Metis Data Science, Saurabh Kumar, H2O.ai

 

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Karin Wolok , Neo4j Program Manager, Community Development & Enablement

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Karin Wolok has worked for some of the most-renowned individuals and companies in the world, launched a successful professional women’s network in two major cities in the U.S., and developed a consumer concert experience program for the largest global entertainment company.

Transitioning her career from entertainment to technology, she became the first hire for a venture-backed start-up company in Philadelphia, where she went from working “rap battles to robot battles.” She found her passion in working with software engineers and programmers.

Within less than two years with the company, she became a notable leader in community development within the tech space in Philadelphia.

She is motivated by bring success and positive energy to the lives of those around her and prides herself in her ability to network and connect with individuals.

And just like in Neo4j, relationships are key!


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Siraj Munir says:

I Would Like to thank Neo4j CEO and Management, Neo4j Developers and a special Thanks to Karin Wolok! We are were awesome 🙂

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