By Neo4j Staff | October 25, 2012
For the event, the Neo4j community team devised some interesting hacking challenges.
One challenge is recording an interaction-graph based on OpenBeacon-RFID tracking much like the one we worked on during JRubyConf.EU
The other one has a backstory:
The drawing is controlled with programming language called table-script which has some basic commands like:
First ever Zen-Desktop table shipped, unboxed and tested
During our crazy meetup week in the Bay Area we arranged for the first Zen-Desktop-Table to be shipped to our place. We couldn’t await to unbox it and try it out. After spending a great day in the awesome premises of the HeavyBit office – Herokus Add-On-Provider incubator. – thanks James & Jason – the unboxing was a worthy highlight of the evening party there.
As we love to work with Heroku and their incredible employees, we sponaneously decided to give the Zen-Table into the caring hands of our Heroku friends as a small token of friendship. And obviously they liked it.
Love from an add-on provider. This thing is amazing. Neo4j instagr.am/p/QQVkFLvwPz/— Oren Teich (@teich) October 1, 2012
Live at GraphConnect: a Challenge for You
So our desktop Zen-Table will be there at GraphConnect, waiting for you in our Community Café. We’re super excited about having this opportunity to hack with it.
zen-table.com with some static graph data.
We look forward to your suggestions and will invite the two best ideas to come along to GraphConnect.