Sunday, May 23, 2010

Non stop 24 hr hacking and coding at the TechCrunch Disrupt Conference

What a day!! Non stop, adrenalin fueled from scratch to a fully functioning App! had a great time at the TechCrunch disrupt Hackathon - met some of the coolest, creative and talented developers on this side of the silicon valley. Some of the 60 apps build just were way out there - like the FutureMario guy who controlled the mario game with blinks of his eye (he won the competition).

we guys built the first web app that used the Facebook API and the Google Charts API to make - sort of Google Analytics for the Facebook Like button on your website

We all know how big Facebook Like button has become or can be and 100k+ sites have implemented the same and billions of likes have been recorded. provides Analytics on how much a websites content is being "liked" on facebook -

-the daily count of likes across all the domain urls,
-the top liked posts,
-the most liked bloggers of the domain
-Comparison of likiness of a site with another

We have currently built this to display data for both and and we will release the site with the ability to provide data for any given site with a feed in a week

Check it out and let us know what you think

Some of the coolest apps were the FutureMario guys, the guy who built a 3-d scanner from two web cams and laser light pointer. And of course there were the MakerBot guys - way too cool - they make printers that can print 3-d objects !!!

1 comment:

Globalwanderer said...

what some folks at the techcrunch disrput hackathon said about