By Brian Underwood, Neo4j Advocate | July 20, 2015
On the Neo4j.rb team we’ve always strived for good documentation. That hasn’t always been easy though!
However, we know that if we want other people to understand and to be able to use the awesome tools that we work on, we need documentation to introduce our tools and to provide good reference documentation. To that end, we’ve wanted to have a series of screencasts for a while to supplement our written documentation.
In the past, I created a single screencast to demonstrate setting up a Ruby on Rails application with Neo4j. However I recently subscribed to the excellent RubyTapas series produced by the equally excellent Avdi Grimm.
Inspired by Avdi’s short episodes and polished style, I wanted to create a screencast series in easily digestible chunks. My goals were to have each of our episodes be:
- On just one topic
- Thorough on the topic it covers
- Useful for beginners
- Useful as a reference for experienced users
- Showing the
neo4j-coregems as solid and useful tools
- Provide a publically available app which would be built over time for reference of the Neo4j gems
About the Author
Brian Underwood, Neo4j Advocate
Brian Underwood wants challenges that give him a chance to make the world kinder, simpler and more interesting. If you can give those challenges to him, you’ll be his new best friend. He loves what he made and the tools he used to make, but his pleasure comes more in the making and the learning of the new. He wants to make useful things that are bold, creative, and beautiful. He wants to make things that have never before existed.
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