NODES 2020 is a free, multi-track, one-day virtual conference loaded with highly technical presentations delivered by Neo4j experts on graph-related topics.
October 20, 2020
8:00 – 17:00 EDT | 12:00-21:00 GMT
Last year was a hit! With five tracks, over 60 speakers across 15 countries, and 4,600 registered attendees and, it stole the stage for the largest virtual graph summit.
This year, NODES is back and better than ever!
The summit features content-rich technical sessions from Neo4j experts, as well as virtual community activities and advanced-level training sessions for all Neo4j Certified Professionals – all at no cost.
When you attend NODES 2020, you’ll get access to keynotes, sessions, lightning talks and Q&A panels. The event has multiple tracks, so at any given time there will be an interesting talk for you.
Get a glimpse of what to expect by checking out some of the content from last year.
Interested in Presenting?
We want to hear from you! Call-for-Papers (CFP) is open now.
We’re looking for educational, engaging technical talks about Neo4j-related topics; from graph-powered AI and machine learning to engineering the inner-workings of recommendation engines.
While we love case studies, we do ask that presentations be technical, focusing on the “how” and showing code, graph data models, Cypher queries, discussing best practices and lessons learned, etc.
Neo4j Certified Professional Advanced Training
Six virtual training sessions will be available to all our Neo4j Certified Professionals, for free , prior to the summit. If you cannot attend the live training session, they’ll be recorded and made available for you to view at your leisure.
Training Session Dates*:
October 6, 7, 8
October 13, 14, 15
*(all sessions are scheduled at 10:00-14:00 EDT | 14:00-18:00 GMT)
You must be Neo4j Certified for access to these training sessions. If you’re not already Certified, take the free exam today. It will take up to one hour. Topics are TBD.
Links will be available and emailed to Certified Professionals via email closer to the dates, but can also be accessed via private Certified Professionals group on the Neo4j Community Site.