By Neo4j Staff | September 18, 2013
e are surrounded by graphs, they are…everywhere – GraphConnect
In early October we are hosting our annual graph database conference GraphConnect in San Francisco.
We want YOU to participate! Save the date: October 3-4 2013, the conference will be on 4th and we offer trainings on the 3rd. Read about our un-conference to get a chance to get a free ticket or the discount code so you can buy tickets for only $99. We have some really awesome talks at the conference. One of them is by the man, the legend … Emil Eifrem who is also my CEO. He is a fantastic speaker and will fill the room with more graph-love then you can imagine. Fred Trotter the healthcare data journalist who started to dig into graphs and also how they can be used in a not-only-profit way. I can’t wait to listen to him and how his new open dataset called DocGraph can help patients, doctors, hospitals and the health system in the United states. Open Data is the best! 🙂
Talking about doctors…our own doctor will be in the house, Dr. Jim Webber – if you want to talk to him – talk about Doctor Who and impress him with your skills or the Graph Database book he wrote together with Ian Robinson and the aforementioned Emil.
So of course you want to listen to all these amazing speakers, but you know, sometimes you just want to share something that you are thinking about or need to discuss. In the morning we are going to have an opportunity for this called Graph Clinic, where we don’t hand out drugs or do surgery on you. It’s a more a direct way of getting help with graph related or Neo4j questions – if you are stuck or need some support with your code or application. We provide the necessary band-aid and hugs to.
After giving birth to graphs, or receiving band-aids we need to talk about your experiences. The therapists of the afternoon will be Michael Hunger, Peter Neubauer and Pernilla Lindh. We know, we know we are not real therapists – but we love to talk and discuss and listen to people.
SO we are arranging a un-conference during the classic conference. Maybe doesn’t make sense but I promise – you will love it since you can actively participate. As a local San Franciscan you can drop by and chat about NOSQL, data and graphs, as a participant on the conference you can sit down and talk about how you want to save the world by using graphs. As a speaker you can continue your talk and discuss your solution face to face with people.So what I want you to do right now is to submit any topic you want to present as a lightning talk just before our un-conference on the real conference. Invite your best friends in San Francisco to come along, invite everyone to participate. I love to give away stuff, so If you submit a lightning talk we’ll get you a free ticket. – fair deal right? And if you want to share discount codes do so – just use “sfgraph” for a $99 ticket !!! Everyone can register here!
Also, if you want to contribute in some way, please ping me on twitter (@p3rnilla) and I might use my magic and give away more than one ticket.
As a special treat(meant) we’ll have the driver authors for most of the Neo4j drivers at GraphConnect. The one in a lifetime chance to talk to them about your ideas, issues or praise for any of our awesome drivers.
Josh Adell – Neo4jPHP (PHP)
Nigel Small – Py2Neo (Python, Server)
Matt Luongo – Neo4Django (Python)
Tatham Oddie – Neo4jClient (c# .net)
Javier de la Rosa – Neo4jRestClient (Python)
Wes Freeman – AnormCypher (Scala)
Andreas Ronge – Neo4j.rb (J)Ruby
Stefan Armbruster – Neo4j Grails Plugin (Groovy, Grails)
Max de Marzi – Neography (Ruby)
Michael Hunger – Spring Data Neo4j (Java,Spring), Java Rest Binding (Java), Neo4j-JDBC Driver (Java), CSV-Batch-Importer
Here is the form for the lightning talk submissions:
If you submit a lightning talk we’ll get you a free ticket.
If you want to know what an un-conference is you can read about it more here:
(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unconference) Looking forward to see you there 🙂
Cheers!Pernilla Want to learn more about graph databases? Click below to get your free copy of O’Reilly’s Graph Databases ebook and discover how to use graph technologies for your application today.Download My Ebook
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