GraphGist of the Week: September 5Knowing the best next move in a game of Chess requires an incredible level of skill, strategy and expertise — or a little Cypher prowess! Wes Freeman traverses the moves in this week’s profiled GraphGist, Chess Game Positions in Neo4j. Using Neo4j and a chess game mapping program, StockFish, Wes looks at the scores and blunders of chess masters. You can make your own GraphGist using our asciidoc platform. Be sure to post the finished product on our Wiki page, and download the .svg file to submit to our #ShowMeYourGraph Twitter Contest. Tweet to @GraphConnect with the image attached, and include the hashtag #ShowMeYourGraph for a chance to win over $1k in prizes. Want to learn more about graph databases? Click below to get your free copy of O’Reilly’s Graph Databases ebook and discover how to use graph technologies for your application today. Download My Ebook
About the Author
Greta Workman , Neo4j
Greta Workman has been a part of the Neo4j team for over four years. She’s enjoyed watching the graph community grow through events like GraphConnect which has more than doubled during her time at Neo4j. She currently oversees field marketing for the eastern half of the U.S. In her spare time, she enjoys solving the daily New York Times crossword puzzle and watching University of Kentucky basketball.