At GraphConnect last year, we brought together developers and business leaders from around the world into a single event with 48 sessions, an executive summit, an ecosystem summit and 13 different training classes. We also had very notable keynote presenters, including Hilary Mason (Cloudera Fast Forward Labs) and Stephen O’Grady (Redmonk).



It was spectacular to see how much the community and level of interest in graphs has grown, and how graph technology is intersecting with other powerful technologies like AI/ML, streaming data and more!

We’ve grown a lot – and we’re proud to be able to announce an even bigger and better GraphConnect on April 20–22, 2020.

Save the date for GraphConnect 2020.


We’ll be back in Times Square, New York City and have two full days of conference sessions, once again doubling the number of excellent sessions on graph technology, use cases and customer case studies.

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Why We Delayed GraphConnect This Year


Of course, we know some of you may be wondering why we had to push this out until 2020.

Well, it’s pretty simple – we wanted to offer a much larger event but still have a premiere venue. This required us to be a little flexible in calendaring, and we believe Spring 2020 is a great time to bring the Neo4j community together.

This year, we’ve already had a series of great GraphTour events throughout Europe as well as two stops in San Francisco and Washington, D.C. We’re busy adding more North America stops in the second half of the year, so watch out for more to come.

It doesn’t end there. In addition to GraphConnect and GraphTours, we’ll also be announcing a global Neo4j Online Developer Expo & Summit to take place in early October, with keynotes and many deeply technical talks about Neo4j technologies.

Keep an eye on this blog or subscribe to This Week in Neo4j developer newsletter to learn more about GraphConnect 2020. And we hope to see you at one of the events in 2019 and in New York City for GraphConnect 2020!


 

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Ryan Boyd , Director of Developer Relations @ Neo4j

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Ryan Boyd is a speaker, author, developer and developer relations guru with a background in coding, leadership and management.


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