Delve into the process of setting up a Jekyll site hosted on GitHub Pages! We cover everything from overcoming installation errors to customizing themes and adding an admin backend for easier content management. Along the way, we discuss tips for tackling specific challenges, such as fixing OpenSSL library issues and customizing CSS for better site aesthetics. Whether you're a beginner or a developer, this guide offers a comprehensive look at getting started with Jekyll for GitHub Pages.
In this post, we will build a fun demo to introduce readers to the world of AR. We will be using Unity and Vuforia, which when used in conjunction allow developers to create highly interactive and immersive AR experiences that can be deployed on a wide range of platforms and devices. With Unity, a popular... Continue Reading →
I'm very excited that the Boston Code Camp is back this year! They paused their events when the pandemic started, and they're finally back. On Saturday, April 29th, dozens of experts from in and around Boston unite to share their knowledge and learnings with a couple hundred engineers, developers, architects, technologists, and anyone else looking... Continue Reading →
There's something that lives in many modern development projects, sleeping quietly in the root of the project, this little file package-lock.json. Most of us treat it with discontent, and ignore it completely, or at best, delete it every once in a while cause some stack overflow or blog post told us to. There are about... Continue Reading →
In this post we'll connect to the ChatGPT APIs using NodeJS, and spend some time learning more about how it learns, how to instruct it, and what token pricing looks like.
One more quick fun post about OpenAI, then we'll get back to more serious stuff around development, I swear :D I wanted to see if OpenAI: ChatGPT and DALL-E 2, could create a comic book. How did it do? If the below is hard to read/see, download the full size here. If the above is... Continue Reading →
The image above was generated from DALL-E 2: "a Baroque painting of a gold shiny robot sitting next to a person with a Dalmatian" In a continuation of my last post on ChatGPT, I dug a little deeper into what ChatGPT is and other OpenAI.com offerings. ChatpGPT is... well, I went ahead and asked it... Continue Reading →
ChatGPT is an AI model developed by OpenAI that can generate human-like text, making it a game changer for enterprise organizations. It can be used for various applications such as customer service, content creation, natural language processing, and is language agnostic. Some use cases for enterprises include content enrichment, content creation, simplifying understanding and it learns. Overall, ChatGPT is an incredibly powerful tool that can help improve customer service, content creation and natural language processing.
The awesome Advent of Code is back for 2022! You can follow along on my github repo or follow on Twitter or Mastodon. Check out my finished Advent of Code solutions here. You can plug in your own puzzle inputs and find your own answers too! This year, I'll be doing my puzzles in React... Continue Reading →