Prompt engineering techniques
Posted on July 27, 2023, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
This guide will walk you through some advanced techniques in prompt design and prompt engineering. If you're new to prompt engineering, we recommend starting with our introduction to prompt engineering guide. By Eric Urban and suhridpalsule.
How to navigate the hidden risks of AI and digitization
Posted on June 19, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Discover how businesses can harness the potential of AI-powered digitization while mitigating risks related to data governance, ethics, workforce adaptability and cybersecurity to drive optimization and achieve unprecedented growth. By Alon Ghelber.
Tags ai cloud miscellaneous cio bots
How generative AI changes everything about the observability industry
Posted on June 18, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length medium
In the last 40 years, I've seen three truly disruptive technologies: the world wide web in the early 1990s, Steve Jobs' introduction of the iPhone in 2007, and ChatGPT a few months ago, now the fastest growing app in history. By By Peter Pezaris.
How to use ChatGPT AI for smart contract development
Posted on June 5, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length medium
ChatGPT and AI have become the most exciting new technologies of the past decade. You've likely already seen some of the fascinating use cases of the tool like writing poems, lyrics in the style of renowned musicians, film scripts, college essays, and more. In this blog, you'll learn how to use ChatGPT to improve your smart contract development. By Clarissa Watson.
Revolutionize business websites with Copilot in Power Pages
Posted on June 3, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length medium
This article demonstrates how to use Arm64EC in a C++ application. The application you will implement performs the multiplication of two pseudo-randomly generated square matrices. By Dawid Borycki.
12 best & most unique search engines to try in 2023
Posted on May 8, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Although Google is by far the most popular search engine, it's certainly not the only search engine. Different search engines have different audience demographics. And different pros and cons. By Vlado Pavlik.
Storing OpenAI embeddings in Postgres with pgvector
Posted on February 8, 2023, Level beginner Resource Length medium
A new PostgreSQL extension is now available in Supabase: pgvector, an open-source vector similarity search. By Greg Richardson.
How I built a simple Forex app with Telegram bots and AWS Lambda
Posted on February 6, 2023, Level intermediate Resource Length medium
This is the journey of author to create serverless solution written in Go which enabled him to be notified about best currency exchange rates for his small business. Nice one!
Tags golang bots serverless aws apis
Why you absolutely must document your no-code software
Posted on September 4, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Here's a conceptual framework to help keep your no-code and low-code effort simple, but comprehensive. By Joe Procopio.
How to build low-code mixed-reality apps in Power Apps, AI Builder and HoloLens
Posted on September 3, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
Off-the-shelf tools and components like Power Apps, AI Builder and HoloLens let you deliver your own industrial metaverse at a low cost. Microsoft's low-code Power Platform is a key piece of its business software suite. By sitting between Microsoft 365's productivity tools and the Dynamics 365 line-of-business applications, it's a way to build out custom workflows and add your own user experiences. By Simon Bisson.
Hosting ASP.NET Core web api with AWS Lambda – Truly serverless REST APIs
Posted on September 1, 2022, Level beginner Resource Length medium
In this article, we will learn about hosting ASP.NET Core Web API with AWS Lambda in a rather simple-to-follow manner. It is going to be as simple as developing a .NET 6 Web API as you would normally do using Controllers or Minimal APIs, and running some CLI commands which will deploy your API as Lambda Function to AWS Lambda super fast! By Mukesh Murugan.
61% of people believe bots will succeed where humans have failed with corporate sustainability
Posted on April 26, 2022, Level intermediate Resource Length short
Global study finds 94% of people believe society has not made enough progress on sustainability and social efforts. People around the world are demanding more progress on sustainability and social efforts and are looking to businesses to step up, according to a new study by Oracle and Pamela Rucker, CIO Advisor, Instructor for Harvard Professional Development. By @Oracle.
Tags bots management cio cloud teams