We are excited to announce the winners of our second annual graph awards, the Graphies!

The GraphConnect Awards (“Graphies”) recognize and celebrate individuals and teams that are developing innovative and impactful graph database applications. GraphConnect 2013 is the second year of these awards.

 

Most Innovative Graph Application in Healthcare

Fred Trotter for DocGraph
Mahesh Chaudhari, Zephyr Health

Most Innovative Graph Application in Open Source

Alan Robertson, Assimilation Monitoring Project

Most Innovative Graph Application in Risk Management

Amad Fida, Brinqa Risk Analytics

Most Innovative Graph Application in Visualization

Jin Kim, Tom Sawyer Software
Corey Lanum, Cambridge Intelligence
Jean Villedieu, Linkurious

Most Innovative Graph Application in the Cloud

David Makogon, Microsoft
Alberto Perdomo, Graphene

Most Innovative Graph Application in Gaming

Toby O’Rourke, Gamesys

Most Innovative Graph Application in Business Intelligence

Huston Hedinger, Graph Alchemist

Most Innovative Graph Application in Telecommunications

Sebastian Verheughe, Telenor

Most Innovative Graph Application in Social

Mathieu Labey, Glowbl

Most Innovative Graph Application in Education

Matthew Harris, College Miner

Graphie for Excellence in Delivery

David Colebatch, xnlogic

The above 15 awards were presented at the awards dinner at GraphConnect San Francisco, October 4.

Most Innovative Community Contribution

Aseem Kishore – node-neo4j – Node.js bindings
Josh Adell – Neo4jPHP – PHP bindings
Nigel Small – Py2neo – Python bindings
Matt Luongo – Neo4Django – Python Django bindings
Tatham Oddie – Neo4jClient – .NET bindings
Romiko Derbynew – Neo4jClient – .NET bindings
Michael Klishin – neocons – Clojure bindings
Javier de la Rosa – neo4jrestclient – Python REST client
Wes Freeman – AnormCypher – Scala Cypher Client
Andreas Ronge – Neo4j.rb -JRuby bindings

The 10 Community awards were presented at a private event on October 3 in San Francisco.

Congratulations to all of our winners! We were thrilled by the quality and quantity of the submitted entries and had a difficult time choosing the winners.

There are upcoming GraphConnects in New York and London. Check them out and stay tuned for a call for entries for the next round of Graphies!