Yes! you can run (some!) Azure AI services locally! Rather than repeat, I have a blog post here to explain a little more.
So, you want to quickly build a web page or web pages? You might be familiar with Squarespace, Wix, Webflow etc. all of which use these visual designers to help you quickly build the webpages you desire. The only issue is you are locked in to their platform hosting and of course monthly/yearly subscription costs. […]
50th Episode! yeah!! that hardly anyone listens to 😉 Hey, can’t take yourself too seriously right? Anyway, the end of Stackoverflow as we know… sort of similar to the classic REM song – you must know it! unless you were born after the year 2000 possibly! I wrote a little rambling blog post about a week […]
Ahh yes, AI… just take a deep breath. So, Prompt Perfect. Why? well, if you are playing around with things like ChatGPT, MidJourney and so many others, you will notice very early on that you do need to be quite specific in your asking to generate the desired outcome be that images/text or whatever. This […]
Well! I have heard of PostgreSQL of course and even looked at it years ago only to think “oh, it is just another database” – which it is, but I hadn’t realised how clever it is! It has been around for years/decades of course! Michael Stonebraker (aka King of the Databases) is behind it of course […]
So, what is flutter? Flutter is the multi-platform framework from Google to build apps on any screen. It uses Dart as the programming language (very similar to Java/C# etc.). From a Microsoft perspective, this is a similar idea to Xamarin or now MAUI. One thing jumped out to make app designing/coding easy within Flutter is something called Flutter Flow. […]
Just Five Mins you say? this one tracks over a little! Too much AI indeed. But, what is worth it to you? ChatGPT (not to be mistaken for “catGPT”), as we know, was the game-changing AI release a few months ago now. There have been so many new releases of other AI based ventures of […]
Okay, so we have “evolved” from green-screen terminals to GUI (Graphic User Interface) ways to execute commands and now for years really, we are back very much in the command line world. Executing scripts or commands isn’t difficult, but remembering them is! WARP seems to be addressing this by offering a new take on command line […]