|Andreas Kollegger teaching Intro to Neo4j course in NYC|
|GraphClinician Kenny Bastani diagnosing an attendee's graph problem|
|Peter Olson presenting how Marvel uses Neo4j to graph the Marvel Universe|
|Dreams do come true: Jim Webber and Ian Robinson|
thoroughly enjoyed having a Tardis at GraphConnect London
|Ian Robinson teaching Data Modelling and Import in London|
|Sebastian Verhueghe of Telenor presenting their graphDB use case in London|
|Packed room to hear Joe Parry of Cambridge Intelligence present|
We had a great time hacking and learning with graphistas on both sides of the pond and we're already looking forward to future GraphConnect conferences.
In New York and London, we held trainings on the day before each conference. Attendees chose between our Intro to Neo4j and Data Modeling and Import courses with our graphDB experts: Ian Robinson, Michael Hunger, Kenny Bastani, Peter Neubauer, Alistair Jones, Pernilla Lindh, Chris Leishman, and Andreas Kollegger.
Our GraphClinics were also a hit, as our experts gave one-on-one exclusive graph consulting to our attendees.
In New York, we had over 150 attendees with presentations in three different tracks in addition to our GraphClinic. Talks included Graph Applications for the Enterprise, Data Modeling in Telecoms, Route Finding in TIme Dependent Graphs, The Five Graphs of Finance, Graphs Opening Medical Care Information, Natural Language Search with Neo4j and Analyzing Career Paths with College Miner. To see the complete agenda, click here.
The incredible diversity of use cases and companies presented at GraphConnect New York truly demonstrate how graphs are everywhere!
Peter Olson from Marvel Entertainment presented the keynote after lunch on graphing the Marvel Universe. His talk gave an overview of why graphs are such a powerful conceptual framework for modeling intellectual property and how Marvel uses them to represent the 70 years of fictional content from many different media that makes up the Marvel Universe.
Slides from GraphConnect New York 2013 are posted on our Slideshare account: slideshare.net/neo4j
You can watch videos from GraphConnect New York 2013 here: graphconnect.com/graphconnect-new-york-videos/
London was also quite awesome with almost 200 attendees! We hosted two tracks in the morning and one in the afternoon and our GraphClinic was open all day. In honor of the 50th anniversary of the Dr. Who television series, we even brought in our very own TARDIS, much to the delight of Jim Webber and Ian Robinson (see right).
Talks included Object Graph Mapping with Spring Data Neo4j 3, Neo4j Theory and Practice, Graph Adoption with Gamesys, The Power of Graphs to Analyze Biological Data, Adoption of a Graph Database in the Insurance Sector and In-Flight Asset Management with Neo4j. Click here to check out the entire agenda.
Once again, graphs are everywhere! It was inspiring to hear how so many people were using graph databases for their unique use case.
Videos from GraphConnect London will be posted soon, but slides are available here: slideshare.net/neo4j
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See you at GraphConnect 2014,
P.S. Below are some of our favorite tweets from the GraphConnect conferences, but check the @GraphConnect and #GraphConnect pages to see what other people thought of the conference.
The doctor will see you now. @pandamonial data modeling on the whiteboard in #Neo4j Graph Clinic at #graphconnect pic.twitter.com/fmcKVTSwrD
— Kenny Bastani (@kennybastani) November 6, 2013
The last two days have been mind-blowing. #neo4j #graphconnect
— Oren Goldberg (@ogoldberg) November 7, 2013
(tardis) -[:LANDS_AT]->(#GraphConnect)<-[:INTRODUCES] <-[:@emileifrem] pic.twitter.com/eaL9TsLFdd
— Niley B. (@nabtrifork) November 19, 2013
As we hurtle towards lunch at #graphconnect London I don't think I've heard the n word (#nosql) used once. #Graph coming into its own
— Matt Aslett (@maslett) November 19, 2013
What an amazing event #GraphConnect London is - so many passionate people talking graphs! Brilliant networking opps #graphsareeverywhere
— Gary Harvey (@Gshtrifork) November 19, 2013
@jimwebber #GraphConnect pic.twitter.com/n9FUfxoMR2
— James Chesters (@jameschesters) November 19, 2013