It's that time of the year again - GraphConnect
Europe 2016 really is around the corner now. We have so much to look forward to - great users, community, customers, developers, engineers, speakers, founders - and everyone with a graphista-bone in their body is flocking to London
on April 25th-26th. So of course, on this blog, I had to have some kind of little contribution to make - and traditionally (like I have done for many other conferences in different blogposts
), I have to make an improvement on this "ugly" table
This is: I really want to look at this data as a GRAPH - not a table. Of course, you say...
The GraphConnect Schedule Spreadsheet
In orde to do that, we create a nice little spreadsheet version of the schedule first. Simple, in a Google Sheet: here it is
. It really is pretty simple: