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Google’s documentation says: “Google Cloud Vision API enables developers to understand the content of an image”. Thank you so much; what would we do without you?! I thought that teaching Slack to interpret pictures might be a little more exciting, though. Here’s how I did that by developing my own bot.
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First, I must confess - I’m a QA and probably won’t become a developer soon. So you might wonder how I landed in Pilot Bootcamp Wrocław? Here's my story!
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This post is for all you tech business owners out there who are planning on finding themselves in or around the UK’s great capital at some point this year.
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The RoR community is also organizing more and more meetups, conferences (see our Where to Go: Best Ruby Related Events of 2016) and initiatives designed to improve skills and exchange experiences. One such event was Pilot Bootcamp (Community Edition), held between the 22nd of Feb and the 4th of March in Wrocław, Poland.
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Nowadays, visual content is a major part of most websites. This means that every time we, at Netguru, build a Rails application for our client, we have to think about how to make visual content both awesome and safe. Every picture uploaded to the server should be appropriate to the idea behind the application. We’ve recently found out about Google Cloud Vision API and thought that this might be just the right tool for the job. And indeed it is.
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Remember back when every sci-fi book, TV series and film had a computer that could be operated by voice? The hero simply speaks, and the computer answers (though, it doesn't always give the answer the hero is looking for...). Well, the future is here - and there’s much more to it than you probably thought when you were a kid.
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If you’ve been using Ember for a while, the subject of this post may seem like heresy to you. Data down action down? No way! On the other hand, if you are unfamiliar with this concept, you’re probably wondering what these four words even mean.
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After our first blogpost about useful QA tools, where we focused on apps for screenshots, we thought it would be helpful to describe some handy and easy-to-use Chrome extensions which can turn your browser into bug killing machine! All these plugins are totally free. So get ready to cut your address bar a bit and make room for some shiny new Chrome extensions which will make your day-to-day work much easier!
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You may have an impression that this post is a story about music, but believe me - it's not. It tells a story of engaging  online customers and converting them into loyal paying users. Listen up. I don’t know if I should tell you this, but my favourite band is Radiohead. I’ve got all their stuff and am eagerly awaiting their new album, which is supposedly dropping this year. And of course, since I’m a fan, I’m also a follower of what they have to say. And when frontman Thom Yorke made the (music) headlines back in 2013 by deciding to pull his solo material from Spotify, I just had to check out what all the fuss was about.
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In this blogpost I’d like to share with you my impressions of writing an experimental app in Node.js with no experience in server-side JavaScript. I am a Ruby on Rails developer with extensive experience in Ember.js - so it was about time to try server JS!
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