Calling all EOSIO Developers! Technical Mentors Needed for the EOS Hackathon in Hong Kong, June 9–10

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Can you spin up an EOSIO dev node with your eyes closed? Do you know your way around EOSIO’s C++ API? Do the words ‘cleos’, ‘nodeos’ and ‘keosd’ mean anything to you? Do you believe that the future is in DAPPs?

If your answer to any of these questions is ‘yes’ and you love contributing to the EOSIO community, then we want to hear from you!

We are looking for volunteers to be Technical Mentors at the EOS Global Hackathon in Hong Kong, June 9–10. Applicants who are accepted will receive travel expenses to and from Hong Kong, as well as hotel expenses, up to the value of US$2,000.

In addition to being a vital part to our kick-off hackathon, you’ll get to share your knowledge of the platform and help those who are trying to build amazing and innovative projects on EOSIO.

Teams from around the world are lined up to participate in what will be the first event in our EOS Global Hackathon series — over the course of which we’ll be giving out US$1,500,000 in awards to the community. So, this is a great opportunity to come and connect with the growing global EOSIO development community!

If that prospect excites you, please email [email protected] with “volunteer mentor” in the subject line and provide the following information:

  • Your name
  • City and country of residence
    Also tell us:

  • Why you are interested in EOSIO

  • How well you know EOSIO
  • What tech stacks you are most proficient in
  • If you have the right credentials, we will respond with additional information and details.

As a part of the Mentors team, you’ll be helping hackathon participants with:

  • Questions from new EOSIO DAPP developers who may be getting stuck as they get started
  • Questions from mid-level EOSIO DAPP developers who know the ropes but may not understand the best tools, easiest shortcuts, or the right solution for a hack build
  • General tech troubleshooting questions. We’re not saying you’re gonna be asked to help connect to the wifi… but you might be!
  • Eating pizza, shooting nerf guns and having fun :)

We look forward to hearing from you!

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