We decided to extend the scope of the Challenge to everyone’s delight!
Now, the only requirement is to contribute to the world of graphs. But what does that mean? It means that you can create anything that brings value to the graph developer community and the Memgraph ecosystem. You can start working on a web application, a Python script or Jupyter Notebook, different tools and integrations, you name it! We want to encourage everyone to contribute and share their work with the open-source community.
Still not sure if your idea is good enough? The rule of thumb is to ask yourself the following questions:
As long as you use Memgraph, you are good to go. But when in doubt, just visit our Discord server and join us in the channel #app-challenge. There we will answer any and all questions related to the Challenge.
Here is a short list of ideas you could be working on for the Challenge:
You could create a web application that uses Memgraph to analyze an interesting data set or to run cool algorithms like PageRank. You can find many examples on our blog.
Implement a graph algorithm or a utility procedure for the MAGE graph library. You can implement it in Python, C, C++, and Rust, whatever works best for you.
We created an integration with the NetworkX library, but there are so many out there, who could cover them all? Maybe you can help!
You have an idea but are not sure if it’s good? You can always ask us for input and help on our Discord Server in the channel #app-challenge.
Whatever you choose, just don’t forget to register through the official website. We can’t wait to see what you come up with! Until then, check out our Discord server, where we will be posting updates about the Challenge.
Over the course of ten weeks, we had four interns join Memgraph. They worked directly on the Memgraph product.
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