Finally! Graph Day comes to San Francisco
The evolution of Graph Day
The first Graph Day was held on January 15, 2016, in Austin, Texas. Among the speakers coming from around the world were Matthias Broecheler (SF Bay), Arnaud De Moissac (Paris), Luca Garulli (London), Dr. Denise Gosnell (Charleston), Russell Jurney (San Francisco), Corey Lanum (Boston), Marko Rodriguez (Santa Fe), Nicole White (SF Bay), Greg Jordan (Memphis), Juan Sequeda (Austin), William Lyon (SF Bay), and a few dozen others. An industry-focused vendor neutral event, Graph Day TX 16 featured sessions on most major graph tools as well as a variety of use cases demonstrating deployment at scale.
The second Graph Day was held, again in Austin, as part of Data Day Texas 2017. Over 40 speakers held talks and workshops covering property graphs, RDF Triples, Multimodel Graphs, Knowledge Graphs, Graph Visualization and Analytics, Linked Data and Semantic Graphs, Performance and Scalability, and many other topics.
Emil Eifrem giving the keynote at Graph Day TX 2017
And now Graph Day has come to San Francisco
For the last two years we've received countless emails asking why we don't host Graph Day in San Francisco. We heard you. We've sent out invitations to speakers requested by past Graph Day Attendees, but we're also seeking fresh proposals. For details, check out our proposals page. If your company is seeking to hire graph talent in the Bay Area, you wont find a better opportunity to engage than Graph Day SF. Send a note to firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Take advantage of the early bird ticket prices. If you want to bring your whole team, contact us for a quantity discount.
Professor Alex Dimakis, of the University at Texas, at Graph Day TX 2017