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TigerGraph Cloud Account: Registrants will receive an email from TigerGraph with a link to sign-up for their TigerGraph Cloud account. Participants will get free 50GB. If you hit your 50GB limit, you can request additional cloud credits by completing this form here.



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General Information Sessions

Submission 101: Set yourself up for success
Session Recording
Session Slides


Weekly Office Hours For Technical Support

February 10th - April 18th 2022
Every Tuesday @ 7 am PST 
Every Thursday @ 6 pm PST

Reach Out For Technical Support or Questions
Problem Statement Help


Need More Cloud Credits?

You can request more cloud credits by completing this form here.

Alternatively, you can request a TigerGraph license which would allow you to use your own compute/memory resources. Send us an email at mdc@tigergraph.com with the subject line “Requesting TigerGraph License” so that we can route your request to the right team.

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Getting Started With Hosting Your Project on Github

GitHub Student Developer Pack

Learn to ship software like a pro. There's no substitute for hands-on experience. But for most students, real world tools can be cost-prohibitive. That's why we created the GitHub Student Developer Pack with some of our partners and friends.

GitHub Learning Labs 


AI Platforms & Services

Data Science/ML and Analytics

Speech and Text Analysis Tools

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Data Visualization

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Full Stack and Mobile Applications

Want to get ideas on what you can build with Google's Flutter or Machine Learning applications? Check out the Google's Dev Library! You can also show off what you've build and inspire developers around the world by uploading your project on the Google Dev Library platform here.

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1. When does the challenge start and end?
Registration opens at 8:00 am ET on February 9th, 2022 and submissions are due by 11:45 pm ET on April 20th, 2022.

2. When are the winners announced?
The final winners will be announced on May 25th, 2022 at the Graph+AI Summit.

3. Is it possible to submit more than one entry?
Multiple submissions are allowed as long as each submission is significantly different from the other(s).

4. Do I have to pay for a TigerGraph Cloud account? Is there a cost to participate?
No. Once you register, you will be sent an email from the TigerGraph Cloud team to sign up for a free TigerGraph Cloud Account.

5. What is the difference between a judge and a domain expert? Can a person do both?
Judges are responsible for grading submissions. They will be assigned to grade categories that align with their background. Domain experts are responsible for developing a problem statement and relevant resources that go along with their problem statement. Domain Experts are also judges and will be grading submissions that were submitted for their problem statement(s). 

6. Why does this challenge allow contestants to pick any problem to solve? 
We want to unlock peoples' passions and creativity for solving problems that matter most to them and to show the world through the diverse submissions that graph has vast use case potential and the power to find insights behind complex problems.

7. What’s the difference between the TigerGraph Cloud free tier for the challenge versus getting it directly from the TigerGraph website?
The free tier offered through the challenge allows contestants to keep their solution live for 30 days beyond their most recent log into their account versus 7 days in the free tier offered directly on TigerGraph. 

8. Do I need to be in a team to compete?
No. You can enter as an individual or as part of a team. If you are an individual looking to find a teammate or join an existing team, you can join the TigerGraph discord community here and let members know you are looking to join their team or start a team. 

9. Where can I see your Terms and Conditions?
Please visit Devpost to see the terms and conditions for the Graph For All Million Dollar Challenge here.

10. How are submissions judged?
Each entry will be evaluated by multiple judges using an internal judging rubric. We have recruited qualified judges coming from a wide range of backgrounds, companies, and global regions. Completed entries will be evaluated by at least one global external judge and one TigerGraph judge.

11. How do I get access to data?
The first option is to use any datasets offered under the resources section of the individual problem statements. You can see this under the Problem Statement section here. You can also check out datasets from our partner, data.world here. Alternatively, you can use your own datasets.

12. What if my data contains sensitive data? Will my data be private?
Your submission, including your dataset(s), does not have to be open source, however our judges must be able to see your code, replicate your project and see your data. We highly recommend anonymizing sensitive data if you are concerned about privacy. TigerGraph will follow the same data privacy rules we use for our customers. 

13. How can I get help? What are the available resources?
You can submit questions to our community forum anytime here.
The full list of available resources can be found here, which includes information about our weekly office hours, a quick start guide, and much more.

14. How can I get help with my problem statement if I’m creating my own?
You can request a consultation by filling out this form here.

15. How can I get additional cloud credits? 
You can request additional cloud credits by filling out this form here.

16. Can I reach out to the Graph For All Million Dollar Challenge domain experts listed to ask a question or get help?
Please do not reach out to domain experts directly. The best way to ask a question about one of the problem statements from the domain expert is to send us an email at graphforall@tigergraph.com. For general questions or help, please come to one of our weekly office hours or post a question in the community forum.

17. I'm under 18; can I participate in this hackathon?
If you are under 18, or under the age of majority where you reside, it is required to have a parent or guardian enter and participate in the Hackathon on your behalf. Please ask them to register for the hackathon and submit your project on Devpost. Please see the rules for full details.
If you are under 18, you may sign up for a TigerGraph account and access it with your own email, however, the Devpost account must be made by your guardian. 

18. Can I participate in this hackathon if I work for a Hackathon Partner listed on the Overview page?
If you are employed by a Hackathon Partner, you and any team you are a part of can submit a project for the Partner Employee Prizes. Employees of Hackathon Partners are only eligible to win one of the three Partner Employee Prizes which combined are $20,000 in donations. Please see the rules for full details.


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