By Neo4j Staff | July 12, 2016
GraphConnect San Francisco conference to take place October 13-14; Call for papers now open through July 31
SAN MATEO, CA—July 12, 2016—Neo Technology, creator of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today announced details on its fifth annual GraphConnect San Francisco conference and opened its call for papers. GraphConnect San Francisco, the only conference that focuses on the rapidly growing world of graph technology, will take place on October 13-14, 2016.
GraphConnect SF will bring together graph enthusiasts from around the globe to learn how Global 2000 enterprises and hot startups leverage the power of graphs to solve their most critical connected data issues. The conference will feature sessions that include technical deep dives for intermediate and advanced developers, business and technical case studies and “getting started” sessions.
- Conference takes place on Thursday, October 13 with Neo4j trainings held on Friday, October 14
- Takes place at the Hyatt Regency, 5 Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA 94111
- For more information and to register visit graphconnect.com
“GraphConnect brings together the best minds in the graph technology world and offers a rare opportunity to see and hear how some of the world’s most recognizable brands are leveraging graphs to solve their most critical connected data issues,” said Emil Eifrem, founder and CEO of Neo Technology. “And now in our fifth year, it’s amazing to witness the massive year over year growth. I’m excited to share what this year’s event has in store, it’s going to be epic.”
Call for Papers
No matter what your project, if it’s with a graph we are interested in hearing from you! Submit your speaking proposal today at http://graphconnect.com/call-for-papers/. The CFP will close July 31 and speakers will be notified by August 12.
Register for GraphConnect here:
*Get the early bird pass for only $99—Register before July 31, 2016.
Neo Technology is the creator of Neo4j, world’s leading graph database. Neo4j is a highly scalable native graph database that leverages data relationships as first-class entities to help companies build intelligent applications that meet today’s evolving connected data challenges including fraud detection, real-time recommendations, master data management, network security and IT operations.
Global enterprises like Walmart, UBS, Cisco, HP, adidas Group and Lufthansa and hot startups like Medium, Musimap and Glowbl rely on Neo4j to harness the connections in their data.
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Kulesa Faul for Neo Technology, Inc.