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Announcing New Neo4j GraphDB Meetups

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Announcing New Neo4j GraphDB Meetups

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This week, Neo4j announced three new graph database meetups, in the Netherlands, Belgium and France.

With these new additions, Neo4j's Meetup graph has expanded to 27 groups worldwide, over 2500 members in 24 different cities.

For those of you who are just getting started with Neo4j, or graph databases in general, your local meetup is a great way to instantly join the graph community, while receiving virtual support from the Neo team.

In anticipation of the inaugural GraphConnect conference in San Francisco, GraphConnect will give away free tickets to any participating graphdb meetup, up until the end of October.

If you would like to start your own Graphdb meetup, feel free to contact the Community Team, and we will get you squared away.
 

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