NODES 2021 - June 17 - Online and Live!
Neo4j Online Developer Expo and Summit (NODES) Call for Papers is now open
NODES 2019 - You watched
NODES 2020 - You were tempted
NODES 2021 - You’re ready to tell your story
NODES is our key developer conference. Last year we attracted over 13,000 registrations to our conference, supported by over 30 community groups from across the globe. This year, NODES is going to be even bigger. Be a part of it!
There are many reasons for submitting a talk to nodes, including:
The opportunity to tell your story – Did you learn something new? Or there were challenges that you overcame? Let us know the lessons you learned in your own words.
Inspire the community – We have many amazing community champions who provide insight, develop best practices and share their experiences.
Boost your reputation as a graphista – Show the world your graph-wielding credentials on a global stage.
The all-important date
We are accepting talks on a rolling basis, and we are strictly limited as to how many talks we can accept. So whilst the planned closing date for Call for Papers is April 5, we recommend you submit early!
About the event
This will be a live, multi-track event, consisting of full and lighting-length talks. Sessions will be technically-focussed and we welcome talks from getting started, through to full-stack implementations. If you are not able to do your talk live, we have provisions for streaming recorded sessions.
What are we looking for?
Maybe you’ve built a new connector. Perhaps you’ve developed a graph-based stack. Or, you’ve gone down a well-traveled track. But you did it your way and are sharing your experiences. Whether it’s old or new, it’s unique to you, and we want to hear about it!
With lots of exciting areas to explore, we’re looking forward to see talks on all topics graphy. Don’t be afraid to be technical. Bring those hands-on coding demos. Share with us your best practices. It’s your story.
Our NODES audience will be largely technical. They are varied, including software developers, engineers, data scientists, architects. Some bring years of Neo4j experience, others will be taking their first steps on their graph journey. Think about what subset of this audience you are presenting to, and what thoughts you’d like them to be leaving with.