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Hack Neo4j on Heroku for Fun and Profit

01.18.2012
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What's Going On? 

Neo4j is offering t-shirts and prizes to all developers "to create the best Heroku-hosted demo or template applications for the Neo4j Add-on."  

What Can You Win?

All participants will receive a Neo4J-Heroku t-shirt and winners will receive (apparently secret) "awesome prizes."




When Is This Happening?

The contest runs through February 13, 2012, and participants are free to choose their own application type, programming language, frameworks, and Neo4j-driver.

Anything Else You Should Know?

The challenge will use the Gensen rating system and Twitter promotions to crowdsource the prize winning contributions. After the end of the challenge on Feb 13, a guest panel will review the top  applications to identify the winners.

Heroku is asking that all participants register their application after development at the Gensen - Heroku Template Repository.

For More Information, visit Neo4j.