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  • CrowdSync - All Your Phones Are Belong To Us

    An Idea A few months ago Kim Vehon, from our Worship team came, into our office to share a video showing a bunch of phones hanging from wires flashing on and off. It's pretty cool. She wondered if we could do something like that during our Christmas services at Central. Building a "fat-app" to control a bunch of phones wired ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nairdo on December 24, 2011
  • Arena CDB Roundtable

    Following the Arena community developer roundtable, CCV, CCCEV and Arena had another day to discuss several meta issues regarding the developer community and Arena in general.  Although some of that discussion focused on internal matters, there were other things we talked about that are almost certainly interesting to other developers or ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nairdo on October 24, 2007
  • Arena Community Developer Roundtable - Day 1

    I wish you were here!  Today we hosted day #1 of the developer roundtable which was a blast as much as it was inspiring.  With Alfred's opening speech and Mark 'state of the union' address, I once again realized this ship is on the right course.  Even though this community is barely six ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nairdo on October 16, 2007
  • Arena: AJAX enabled

    Here are just a few of the new things I like about Arena 1.0. Relationships - with this new feature, you can keep track of all the "soft" relationships between people.  We've always wanted to have a data structure like this that would enable us build a map of people -- or more importantly who is not connected to someone ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by nairdo on January 31, 2007
  • Visit to Arena

    I'm off to TN to meet with the Arena developer team and should have lots of excellent information to share later this week.  Christ Church of the Valley along with Phil and I (Central) have been helping the Arena team with their upcoming community site.  Among other things, the community site is where all Arena developers will get to ...
    Posted to This End Up (Weblog) by admin on November 6, 2006
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