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 →
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 →
Yes, I'm being passive aggressive... Just want to get this out there. What do you think, Lozzi.........Ummm... That is by far the worst feeling. During the meeting, someone calls upon your wisdom and guidance but you have no idea what they're talking about. There are sly ways to get around it, answer with a question,... Continue Reading →
I recently shared a post about an Easter Egg I created in the application I'm working on for my client. As fun as this is, I had to ask the question: should we? Easter Eggs are prevalent throughout consumer applications and websites, but what about enterprise software? What about the apps we use at work?... Continue Reading →
I'm pleased to share my slides from my talk at SPTechCon Boston this year. I shared a customer story of leveraging the best in class from both Salesforce and SharePoint Online to create a user focused and robust solution called The Hub. Below are my slides. I will be presenting this also at the Granite... Continue Reading →
After reading the article Google+ and the Enterprise, and the experience I've had, I tend to agree with the statement "if Google+ can create an effective toolset for businesses internally – marrying email, with news streams, with video conferencing, with screensharing, with whiteboarding – it could be a huge win" I just came off a... Continue Reading →