Monthly Archives: October 2017

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Your first Google Assistant skill

How to build conversational app for Google Home or Google Assistant Smart home speakers, assistant platforms and cross-device solutions, so you can talk to your smartwatch and see the result on your TV or car’s dashboard. Personal assistants and VUIs are slowly appearing around us and it’s pretty likely that […]

The 10 Statistical Techniques Data Scientists Need to Master

Regardless of where you stand on the matter of Data Science sexiness, it’s simply impossible to ignore the continuing importance of data, and our ability to analyze, organize, and contextualize it. Drawing on their vast stores of employment data and employee feedback, Glassdoor ranked Data Scientist #1 in their 25 […]

You’re doing Mixed Reality wrong.

From a You’re doing Mixed Reality wrong. was originally published in Noteworthy — The Journal Blog on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. Powered by WPeMatico GurupriyanGurupriyan is a Software Engineer and a technology enthusiast, he’s been working on the field for the last […]

Replace Your Face: iPhone X as the First Mass Market AR Device

Animoji 2.0 This is based on some of the topics discussed in , available here: https://medium.com/media/b3f99ae582871505e7ec59327ff6292c/href Replace Your Face: iPhone X as the First Mass Market AR Device was originally published in Wizardest on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story. Powered by […]

Stop bragging about your tech in the app store, please

Friends, founders and product owners. I love you all. But if you stand in front of a mirror as say “AI” as part of your app store or website value proposition copy three times, I will come for you. You know who you are. “X is an AI powered journal” “Y is an AI […]

“What Will Happen to Our Jobs Tomorrow”?

The “Biggest” Challenge for any Organization in a Digital Age How will disruptive new technologies — such as artificial intelligence, blockchain and robotics — transform my organization? Do I need to change the way I work in order to remain relevant in a digital age? Will I be replaced by a machine? . . . Am I going to […]

What if we treated food like we treat developer services?

This is story is brought to you by Hacker Noon’s weekly sponsor, Manifold. Find, manage and share all of your developer services with 1 account on Manifold. Use code HACKERNOON to get $25 off any service. We all have that one friend who will do whatever it takes to uncover the […]

How Sass Can Save You a Lot of Time

Sass is a CSS preprocessor that solves a lot of the problems with writing CSS and can be extremely useful to incorporate in your projects. I’ll explain what CSS preprocessors are, how you can install Sass, the 2 different Sass syntaxes, some of the main features of Sass and finish […]

How to become a better Stack Overflow user in five simple steps

Software developers cannot imagine their lives without Stack Overflow. We use it almost every day! We love it. It saves us so much time which may be dedicated to something better than swearing at a computer and inventing a wheel. Source What makes Stack Overflow so valuable is its content. Almost […]

Cognitive Biases in Programming

As developers, we’re familiar with the various problems that interfere with our productivity. But often we overlook the broad picture. Some subtle, some huge, some you can do something about, and some you just, well, can’t. These all combine to form a sort of internal feedback loop that can lead to […]