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Why and when use GraphQL instead of REST?

What is GraphQL? Simply put, GraphQL is a query language for APIs and a server-side runtime. It’s been developed by Facebook in 2012. The cool thing about it is that it allows to fulfill queries by using a type system you define for your data. Why use GraphQL instead of REST API? Indeed, why? REST […]

10 tips for delivering an engaging chatbot experience

Preparing your business for digital transformation. People are adopting voice and text communication more than ever before. Predictions state that, by 2020, 50% of all searches will be conducted by voice. By this time, Gartner believes that the average person will have more conversations with bots than with their spouse. Whilst SMS messaging is slowly […]

Comparing object detection models

Computer Vision with AI is amazing technology. Our eyes and brains have evolved to easily search complex images for details with incredible speed. But our ability to repeat this reliably and consistently over long durations or with similar images is limited. We get bored, we get tired, we get distracted. And there are many business […]

Technology trends 2019 – what will the future bring?

The new year has just started, and the Internet is full of predictions for 2019. Let’s jump on the bandwagon and take a look at technology trends for 2019.  Artificial Intelligence  It seems like 2019 will be all about Artificial Intelligence. It’s not surprising. AI has been around for a long time, but only recently started developing at a faster pace. […]

10 thousand people can’t be wrong!

Are you wondering if it’s worth taking part in Future Decoded? If you ask me, it absolutely is! Before you ask: no, I’m not a Microsoft employee or organizer of this event. I want to tell you about this conference from the perspective of an enthusiast of new technologies and the possibilities they offer to […]

Technology Radar [Sep-Oct 2018]

This year we gathered once again to combine our knowledge and create Technology Radar. We have focused on the following four areas: “.NET & Azure”, “Web & Mobile”, “Data & AI” and “Java & AWS”. Enjoy! Edition highlights [Adopt] Azure Bot Service and LUIS [Adopt] Azure DevOps [Adopt] Mendix [Adopt] RxJS [Adopt] PowerBI [Trial] Azure […]

Adventures in updating JMeter Templates.

In the below story, I have described a case study based on my experiences with updating JMeter to a newer version. A story full of plot twists, dangerous action and hopefully satisfying climax. And maybe some lesson how to and how not to do update JMeter in Your CI Pipeline.   Once upon a time… […]

Welcome To Big Brother

If you.are_interested_in(the_background_story): Being a Data Scientist, I’m literally crazy about data! I gather it whenever I can and I’m always checking whether it’s possible to get the data through an api (application programmer interface), Excel exports or at least web scraping. Not only do I love it, I always keep in mind that every bit […]

The Legal AI Forum and the state of flux

The take off Last week I had the pleasure of attending The Legal AI Forum, allegedly the only international event to focus on the commercial implications and business strategy of AI for the legal sector. When I was stepping out of the airplane at Stansted Airport on Monday evening, I was ready to gain a […]

What realistically can we expect of AI?

There’s no denying that Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now the next big thing. The term was coined in 1956, but only incredible computing power and data storage capabilities of today enabled AI to truly unfold its wings. It’s enough to look at McKinsey’s or Forrester’s reports to get a sense that business all over the […]