So often, we share specifics on where to get started with specific technologies but rarely tell people where to get started if they actually want to learn how to code. I decided to share some of my resources that helped me to get started.
A Normal Everyday Really Dope Valentines Day Pt 1: The Gifts Valentines Day is coming up. Here are some gift ideas: Gearing up is always great: One of my favorite sites is BoxLunch! They have super cool products based off whatever “nerdy” things you are into. Here are some of my favorite collections: New/Recent/Upcoming Releases Game […]
So I made a new bot but this one is a bit different than my typical NodeBots. In fact, there wasnt even any hardware involved! Instead I used the Microsoft Bot Framework, which is used to build interactive bots that are made to interact with users using natural language. Bots made with this framework can be […]
If you have used the Microsoft Bot Framework and would like to implement it in your app.. here is a quick an easy way: In your content page of choice, simply implement a WebView. Once you create your WebView, you want to create an HtmlWebViewSource, where you can write actual HTML right on the C# […]
There has been such innovation lately with speech and audio in our tech community today. A billion and one API’s have been made to give users the functionality of Text-to-Speech, Speech-to-Text, Speech recognition, Speech Translation and etc. (My favorite, not being biased, is honestly Microsoft Cognitive Services API– provides more than just speech functions but […]
QUICK NOTE POST: I built my first moving NodeBot last week and I had some trouble with the L9110S module that controls the motor. Here is a little something to help the beginners understand: https://channel9.msdn.com/Blogs/raw-tech/Quick-Hardware-Review-The-Module-Controlling-Your-NodeBot-Motors
This post is a tad bit late so I will get right to it! I finalized my NodeBot and if you have been following along you are probably wondering.. Well? What is it? I made (what I like to call) the Frozen NodeBot! Using an Arduino, the MP3 Music Shield and Microsoft Cognitive Services, I created a […]