Neo Technology Kicks Off #ShowMeYourGraph Twitter Contest
Submit Your Graph Visualization via Twitter for a Chance to Win Over $1000 in Awesome Prizes, Including an iPad Air and a Free Pass to GraphConnect 2014 San Francisco
SAN MATEO, Calif. – July 17, 2014 –Neo Technology, creators of Neo4j, the world’s leading graph database, today kicked off its second annual #ShowMeYourGraph Twitter Contest. Open now until October 1, 2014, the #ShowMeYourGraph Twitter Contest challenges graphistas around the world to submit their best, original graph visualization for a chance to win over $1000 worth in prizes.
Graphs are Everywhere and We Want to See Yours!
To participate, tweet your best graph visualization to the @GraphConnect Twitter handle with the contest Twitter hashtag #ShowMeYourGraph and a link to your best graph visualization in any online format: image, video, blog, etc. Entries must be an original graph visualization or representation that uses Neo4j or another graph-based approach. Submitters must also follow @GraphConnect in order to be considered as a valid contest submission.
A panel of judges will select the best entries based on creativity and relevance. Prizes will be awarded for categories including “Most Innovative,” “Most Creative,” and “Best Overall.” Winners will be notified directly on Twitter and announced on October 2nd at www.graphconnect.com.
Each winner will receive:
- One free pass to GraphConnect 2014 San Francisco
- One 16GB iPad Air (or $500 Amazon gift card)
- A pencil made by our friends at FiftyThree
All submissions will be highlighted at GraphConnect 2014 SF, with the winning graphs printed as posters available to all event attendees. Submissions will be accepted now until October 1st at 11:59pm ET, at which time the contest will officially close.
Neo Technology Presents GraphConnect 2014
Join the Neo4j team this fall at GraphConnect San Francisco, the only conference bringing together the rapidly growing community and ecosystem around graph databases. Held at SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco on October 22nd, the event will bring together graph thought leaders, researchers and developers from around the globe and feature presenters from Neo Technology, eBay, ConocoPhillips, CrunchBase, Elementum and Polyvore. Take advantage of early bird pricing by registering before August 31, 2014.
For more information on the event, registration and the Call for Papers, visit: www.graphconnect.com