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GraphHack 2018: Neo4j Buzzword Bingo Hackathon
REGISTER HERE: This event is in partnership with our friends at: Neo4j NYC React NYC WiMLDS NYC PyLadies NYC Kubernetes NYC Google Developers BX GraphQL NYC 500 Tech Byte Academy Neo4j Stack Overflow Join other graph hackers for a fun day of building applications featuring Neo4j's great integrations with popular technologies (aka Buzzwords)! **Agenda:** Workshop (Optional): 9am-10am (includes breakfast) GraphHack: 10:00am-3:00pm (includes lunch) 10:00-10:30 - teams form 10:30-11:00 - presentation / kickoff 11:00-3:00 - hacking Presentations: 3:00pm-4:00pm GraphHack cocktail hour: 4:00pm This year we thought it would be fun to highlight many of the useful Neo4j integrations with other technologies in a “Buzzword BINGO” format. This means that teams will be building applications using Neo4j and other technologies listed on their BINGO cards. (see pic) . Each team must make a BINGO (four in row vertically, horizontally, or diagonally) for a valid hackathon submission. Not currently a graph hacker, or want to learn more? Come early (9am-10am) for a hands on workshop covering an intro to Neo4j and an overview of many of our popular "buzzwords" - also known as technology integrations that make building applications with Neo4j easier :-) You'll need to bring a laptop that can be used for development and have Neo4j installed. **Steps:** 0. (optional) Intro workshop. Come to the 1 hour intro to Neo4j workshop. 1. Choose your team. > Have a team already? Register your team in advance here . Don't have a team? Don't worry! We'll be forming teams onsite. Bring an idea for a cool project and find others who want to hack on it with you. Don't have an idea? Watch others pitch ideas and find a fun project you want to work on 2. Choose your bingo card. Find a BINGO option of neo4j buzzwords. Your submission must make a BINGO using the buzzwords on the card. 3. Present! Present your graph hack. 4. Win! Our esteemed panel of judges will be awarding team prizes. **Rules:** You must join a team . (it's OK to come alone, meet new friends, etc) You must present at the end of the day for a chance to win Please include a slide or diagram that shows the different “Buzzwords”(integrations) your team used A valid submission should use a combination of technologies listed on their bingo card that make a bingo (4 in a row vertically, horizontally, or diagonally) You must register your team on the HackDash board so we can keep track of your team Please include the buzzwords used on HackDash (this card is only an example) **Prizes** Airpods Echo Show Nest Camera BB8 Droid Drones Google Home Echo Dot And more! **Categories** Most complete application Best use of cypher Most buzzwords used Best complete application **FAQ** > Any prerequisites needed for the event? You will need a laptop and power cord. Ideal that you have Neo4j installed. If not familiar with Neo4j, its suggested that you attend the 9am workshop. To download Neo4j: or check out for free hosted neo4j suitable for development > I don't know anyone... can I come alone? Yes! Plenty of people come alone, meet new friends, and form a team on-site! > Where do I sign up? To get an accurate count of attendees and to avoid any duplicates, we ask everyone to please register here: If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to ask in the comments!

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