ridiculously awesome Neo4j community, they want the whole world to know they’re a part of something great.
Introducing the GraphGear Store
In order to let graphistas show off their part in the Neo4j community, we decided to create the GraphGear Store to make Neo4j swag available to all the graph lovers around the world!
In the online store, you’ll find stickers, hoodies, backpacks, T-shirts, and even shoelaces. So, you can really rock your favorite graph database from head to toe. We even have onesies for the youngest graphistas in your life!
Have an idea for a swag item we don’t yet have in store? Let us know! Email: email@example.com.
Note: Our merch warehouse is in the US, but we ship internationally. Get more info on shipping policies here.
4 Tips on How to Get Neo4j Swag for Free
Tip #1: Get Certified
Want a free Neo4j T-shirt? Every Neo4j Certified Developer gets one. Click here to get started on Neo4j certification.
Are you organizing an event around Neo4j and want some swag for it? Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can send you some free swag for your event.
Think you deserve a free piece of swag for something you did for the Neo4j community? Email us at email@example.com and tell us why!
Want $10 off for your first purchase at the GraphGear store? Fill out this new Neo4j developer survey for your discount code!
What Are You Waiting For?
We are so excited about the new GraphGear store, and we know you will be too.
Check out the the GraphGear store today and get your own box of awesome!
Catherine just received a box of awesome from @ryguyrg and @neo4j. 🤩— 🅲🅰🆁🆃🅴🆁 (@crtr0) March 20, 2018
I had to catch myself, there was some seriously cool stuff here.
Props on including a webcam cover, installing that on her Chromebook ASAP. pic.twitter.com/SjE2o8k7PN
Treat yourself to $10 worth of Neo4j swag at the GraphGear store just by filling out this super-simple survey:
Get My $10 Discount Code
About the Author
Karin Wolok, Neo4j Community Manager
Karin Wolok has worked for some of the most-renowned individuals and companies in the world, launched a successful professional women’s network in two major cities in the U.S., and developed a consumer concert experience program for the largest global entertainment company.
Transcending her career from entertainment to technology, she became the first hire for a venture-backed start-up company in Philadelphia, where she went from working “rap battles to robot battles.” She found her passion in working with software engineers and programmers.
Within less than a 2-year with the company, she became a notable leader in community development within the tech space in Philadelphia.
She is motivated by bring success and positive energy to the lives of those around her and prides herself in her ability to network and connect with individuals.
And just like in Neo4j, relationships are key!