ChatGPT, the open-source chatbot powered by OpenAI's GPT-3 technology, has the potential to revolutionise the way we communicate and interact with machines in the future. One of the most impressive features of ChatGPT is its ability to understand and respond to natural language, just like a human would. This means that users can have conversations with the chatbot in a way that feels natural and intuitive without having to learn specific commands or phrases.Published on 9th December 2022 - 15:14
The TypeScript 5 release is right around the corner and it includes some great new features! Here's a rundown of what's new.Published on 22nd November 2022 - 21:34
A lot has changed for most tech companies over the last year. While we were all working from an office at least 3-4 days per week before the pandemic hit in early 2020, almost everybody works remotely now. At Holland & Barrett, we are in the lucky position to help people with their wellbeing during the pandemic. Therefore, our stores remained open throughout all the lockdowns, but we also saw a significantly increased demand in our digital platform. This is one of the main reasons our engineering team has grown from a small part of the organisation to over 150 people in less than one year - and we continue to grow beyond our wildest beliefs just one short year ago. This article should give you a rough idea of what a typical day in a software engineer's life for the UK's leading health and wellness retailer looks like.Published on 2nd March 2021 - 10:13
If you have been on Twitter, or anywhere on the internet for that matter, over the last few weeks, you will have come across the cryptic abbreviation "GPT-3", which stands for "Generative Pre-Training (of language models)", version 3. While its predecessors GPT and GPT-2 were far less effective and therefore less impressive, version 3 has caught on in the development world. You might have seen examples, where GPT-3 is trained to generate React components or SQL queries just by giving it text input. Developers fear for their jobs, but should they?Published on 2nd August 2020 - 08:48
The world has been put on hold for many of us through this pandemic. A lot of companies have been furloughing developers, and others have made parts of their engineering staff redundant. With that much talent being available, how can you stand out to recruiters and get hired during or right after the global pandemic?Published on 31st July 2020 - 16:32
Most of us developers like to hang out on Github, Twitter and Medium. LinkedIn becomes an afterthought that most of us don't really pay attention to. However, it is where recruiters are, so having a profile that stands out of the crowd is especially important.Published on 28th July 2020 - 12:03
In this article, I explain to you what I have been doing to my LinkedIn profile to get contacted by 3-5 recruiters every single day!