Skilled. Focused. Agile…. Become a Master of Graphs
Starting in December 2019 and for the whole year of 2020, we will be putting our Neo4j Certified Developers in intense training to become Neo4j Ninjas.
This is the plan to get you there:
Qualifications and Tasks:
Pass the Test
Teach New Learners (Maintain Weekly Participation)
Neo4j certified practitioners need to bring their teachings and knowledge of technique, strategy, and skills to young warriors. Every week, you must answer 1 technical question on the Neo4j community site. Your contributions will be calculated on a monthly basis and you will be rewarded highly for your efforts.
Strength Training & Rewards:
Access to Intensive Advanced Training
For each month that you maintain weekly participation, you will have access to an exclusive, advanced-training (or lecture) presented in an interactive format. Teachings will be given by Neo4j Masters (from the Neo4j Field Engineering and Professional Services teams). You will also be granted the ability to vote on your desired future content for the following month.
Ninjas, please note: for access to each session, you must maintain weekly participation for the corresponding month before it.
Acquire Exclusive Knowledge
As part of the Neo4j Ninja program, quarterly, we will provide AMA-sessions (ask-me-anything) with one of the senior members of the product and engineering teams.
The qualification for this requires long journeys through the mountains and tests of great fortitude and endurance!
Ninjas, please note: In order to be granted access to a quarterly meeting, you must maintain weekly participation for the 3-consecutive months before each that meeting.
Swag & Exclusive Invites
Certified Neo4j Ninjas who maintain weekly participation for January, February, and March, will be given exclusive access to the private Ecosystem Summit event at GraphConnect 2020.
Ninjas who accomplish these tasks will also obtain monthly and quarterly swag gifts.
Ready for the challenge?
Good luck and be well!
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