GraphConnect is the largest conference focused on the rapidly growing world of graph technology. On four stages, global enterprises as well as mid-size companies and startups will present their Neo4j use cases and implementation results, covering diverse topics such as MDM, fraud prevention, recommendation engines, network and IT management, graph search, knowledge base management and more.
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GraphHack @ GraphConnect Date: Wednesday, 10th May, 2017 Time: 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm Location: SkillsMatter
A GraphConnect tradition, the annual Neo4j Hackathon! The topic for this year's event is Data Journalism.
-You'll need to bring a laptop that can be used for development and have Neo4j installed.
-We'll start at 6.30 so look to arrive around from 6.00. Some food and drinks will be there on arrival.
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Neo4j Training @ GraphConnect Date: Wednesday, 10th May, 2017 Time: 9:30 am - 5:30 pm Location SkillsMatter
Alongside GraphConnect Europe we are offering a wide array of trainings for participants. No matter if you are just starting with Neo4j and want to explore graphs for the first time, or if you are a seasoned Neo4j developer who wants to dig deeper into Cypher queries, we have you covered.
Please see graphconnect.com for a full list of trainings and details!
Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre
Welcome to The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London's premier Conference Centre. The Centre is located in Westminster, London and is home to a variety of events throughout the year, from international association events to conferences, product launches and corporate hospitality functions.
The Centre is located opposite Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament and with views of Big Ben and the British Airways London Eye.
Our location is minutes from the West End of London offering a whole host of bars, pubs, cafes, restaurants and hotels to make your visit to our venue and London, fun, relaxed and enjoyable.
Infiniteconf 2017 - the conference on Big Data, Data Science and Engineering
Thursday 6th to Friday 7th July 2017
Willing to learn how apps can more efficiently support decision making in a new era of smart cities design and planning cities? Eager to understand how to make Neo4j your core database, and how to make the most out of it? Want to hear what's new on Google's Dataflow, or curious about using Python in the context of word embeddings for Natural Language Processing?
Join us at Infiniteconf and learn how to use the amazing technologies, practical tools and methods available to data scientists and engineering teams in three days packed with talks, discussions and practical workshops.
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Jim Webber - Fast Track to RESTful Microservices course
Wednesday 24th to Friday 26th May 2017
Are you ready to learn how to design and build microservices with RESTful APIs? Are you looking for dynamic, hands on training with in depth discussions to dig deep into your questions? Then this course is for you!
A comprehensive 3-day course comprising mixture of theory and practice at the leading edge of REST and Microservices. Course attendees will learn how to design and build microservices with RESTful APIs during the course through examples in code, live demos, and design challenges, together with lively discussion to help mature our thinking on what makes a competent microservices ecosystem.
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A Deep dive into MBrace.Sql with Anthony Brown Meet Up!
Wednesday 24th May 2017
Are you into MBrace.Sql? MBrace.Sql is a new open source project currently in the experimentation stage designed to lower the barrier to entry for developers to start building big data processing pipelines. Come and join Anthony Brown to explore all that is MBrace.Sql at this months FSharp Bytes!
In this talk Anthony will explore the rationale for building such a tool and why you might want to allow MBrace jobs to be written in SQL rather than using F# directly. Following this, you'll look at the internals of MBrace.Sql and the components which fit together to make it all work. You’ll see how you’re able to write a custom SQL dialect designed with our use case in mind quickly and easily using FParsec, you’ll see how F# makes it trivial to transpire ASTs from one language to another and you’ll see how this can be applied directly to MBrace workloads. Finally you’ll see what the future holds for the project and how we can move it forward in line with other MBrace developments.
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