Michael will tell the story of how the Spring Data project came to be and how the development of Spring Data Neo4j has progressed from its inception 4 years ago to todays shape. He'll share the challenges and solutions encountered on the way and give a sneak preview into the future, the plans we have with the library and how customers use it today and want to use it tomorrow. Part of the future discussion is also a quick overview about new features in Neo4j 2.0 and beyond which can be leveraged by libraries running on top of the database.
In another section Michael will give a quick intro into the upcoming GraphConnect conference on October 3-4, the planned sessions and the community-led unconference and GraphClinic tracks.
Of course, then we would like to invite you to share your experiences with Spring Data in general and Spring Data Neo4j in particular.
Join us for an enjoyable evening with dessert, beer and wine the chance to win a signed Spring Data (by O'Reilly) book.