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Some fellow developers and I have started a new show called the 25.5 developer podcast. 25.4 minutes is the average commute time in the US and we want the show to be something you can listen to in its entirety … Continue reading
Last time we explored the Watson User Modeling service and all the personality data that it generates for you. In this post we are going to wire that all up in our app and also explore an additional method on the … Continue reading
Let’s Review Shall We In parts 1 and 2 we went over the process of signing up for a free IBM Bluemix account, creating an app, and adding the Watson Question and Answer service to the app. We then built … Continue reading
In part 1, we talked about IBM’s Watson, BlueMix and how to setup a new cloud app to be able to access Watson’s APIs. If you haven’t already done so, now would be a great time to sign up for … Continue reading
IBM’s Watson supercomputer achieved celebrity status in 2011 when it beat Brad Rutter and Ken Jennings in the Jeopardy! Challenge. According to IBM: Watson is a cognitive technology that processes information more like a human than a computer—by understanding natural … Continue reading
One of the best ways to encourage people to download your Windows Phone app is through positive reviews. But only people browsing in the app store are going to see those right? Well what if there was a way you … Continue reading
Even if your app doesn’t have frequently updating content, it is easy to implement a cool live tile for your Windows Phone 8 app if you have a twitter account. One of the coolest features of Windows Phone since Windows … Continue reading