Did you miss the Neo4j Online Developer Expo & Summit (NODES) with sessions on Graph Visualization, GraphQL, Advanced Cypher, Tuning, App Development, and Data Science last year?
That’s ok! We collected all our lessons learned from last year to bring you an even better experience for NODES 2020!
(I know what you’re thinking…how is that even possible?) ;D
More details to come, but to give you a little glimpse of what you can expect:
Imagine a virtual place where all the technical people (who love graphs as much as you!) gather together for one full day to talk about all things graphs.
Yeah … it’s kind of like that —
Packed into one full day, you’ll experience 8+ hours loaded with technical presentations by the graph experts of the world.
The topics will be highly technical (you know those, the “gettin’ deep in the code” kind of talks). They will be spread across multiple tracks throughout the day to ensure you’ll always have a topic that’s interesting to YOU.
Save your Spot!
Register now to make sure you don’t miss a thing!
Interested in speaking??
Whether it’s your first time or you’re a seasoned graph enthusiast, we’re looking for talks of all levels, so we encourage you to submit!
Call-for-Papers is open NOW!
If you’re not sure what to submit, check out last year’s sessions for inspiration. Also don’t be afraid to share things you’ve learned or problems you’ve solved, those are super interesting talks.
Neo4j Certified Professionals Training Sessions
We have an extra little bonus this year!
All Neo4j Certified Professionals will have access to hands-on virtual training sessions in the two weeks prior to the summit.
More info about how to access the training sessions can be found HERE.
If you’re not certified yet? Go ahead and get certified! The exam is free and takes less than 1-hour!
We look forward to seeing you at NODES 2020 on October 20 2020 (aka 20–10–2020) !!!
Can’t wait until October to get your ‘graph-fix’?
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