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Upcoming events

Meetup - Berlin Mesos User Group

Claudius Weinberger, “Scaling Databases with ArangoDB on DC/OS “

 March 28, 2017    Berlin, Germany

Running Production Containers and Big Data Services Gets Even Better. Join for some great talks about new features in DC/OS 1.9, Mesos 1.2.0 and a demo of the Instana Package in the DC/OS Universe service catalogue

Webinar - Modern data modeling

Michael Hackstein, “Multi-model approach using ArangoDB”

 March 30, 2017    Online from ArangoDB HQ

This webinar gives a general purpose overview of ArangoDB. First the “Multi-Model” database movement is explained, in particular what are the main advantages and technological benefits.

DataWorks Summit

Max Neunhöffer, “Fishing Graphs in a Hadoop Data Lake”

 April 5-6, 2017    Munich, Germany

DataWorks Summit/Hadoop Summit is the industry’s premier big data community event.

Riga Dev Days

Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

May 15-17, 2017    Riga, Latvia

The biggest tech conference in Baltic States organized by three user groups in Latvia: Java User Group Latvia, Google Developer Group Riga, Oracle User Group Latvia. All about Java, Web and flexibility, and Lower Cost with Oracle and Open Source.

J On The Beach

Max Neunhöffer, “The Computer Science behind a modern distributed data store”

May 17-19, 2017    Malaga, Spain

JOTB is an international rendezvous for developers and devOps around Big Data technologies. A fun conference to learn and share the latest experiences related to topics like distributed systems, IoT projects, Big Data Architectures and, the most important part, it’s On The Beach!

Graph Day SF

ArangoDB is sponsoring Graph Day in San Francisco

 June 17, 2017   San Francisco, US

Graph Day seeks presentations and workshops related to: Property Graphs, RDF Graphs, Knowledge Graphs, Graph Query Languages, Graph Theory and Algorithms, Graph Analytics and Visualization, Linked Data, Ontologies, etc.

Get in touch with us for a discount code.

Developer Week

Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

June 26-27, 2017    Nuremberg, Germany

In June 2017 the theme worlds .NET, web and mobile software development will be held in three days of the conference.

Past events

Voxxeddays

Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

March 10, 2017    Bucharest, Romania

This developer conference will bring together popular speakers, core developers of popular open source technologies and professionals willing to share their knowledge and experiences.

Voxxeddays

Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

March 2, 2017    Bristol, UK

Voxxed Days Bristol features the latest & future topics in Java and cloud development. Leading international and local developer experts deliver the best content to keep attendees at the top of their game.

MesosCon Asia

Max Neunhoeffer, “Creating fault-tolerant services on Mesos “

 November 18-19, 2016    Hangzhou, China

MesosCon China is an annual conference organized by the Apache Mesos community, bringing together users and developers to share and learn about the project and its growing ecosystem.

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PyCoN.DE

Andreas Jung, “The hunt for the right NoSQL database. Why we love ArangoDB”

 October 28-30, 2016   Munich, Germany

With 40 international speakers, 3 tracks and workshops in English and German this is one of major Python events in Europe for professional learning and networking.

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GOTO Developer Conference

Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

 October 12-14, 2016    London, UK

GOTO London 2016 is the meeting place for software innovators and thought leaders from startups and enterprises.

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Code.talks

Michael Hackstein, “Handling billions of Edges in a Graph Database”

 September 29-30, 2016    Kampnagel, Hamburg

The developer conference was launched in 2011 and is one of the largest and most important conferences in the field of webdevelopment in Germany and Europe.

Java User Group Hessen

Michael Hackstein, “Polyglot Persistence & Multi-Model NoSQL Databases”

 June 30, 2016    Kassel, Germany

In this lecture Michael showed how to use a multi-model database within a polyglot persistence system and how this can reduce the workload.

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Meetup - CODE Odense

Michael Hackstein, “Workshop: ArangoDB/Foxx”

 March 5, 2016    Odense, Denmark

CODE Odense aims are to actively share knowledge, developers and learn together about developing software. We love to sit down and code together.

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