Content posted here with the permission of the author Tanya Saroha, who is currently employed at Josh Software. Original post available here A second part can change the prequel. It can either ruin a good first impression by being too extravagant or polish it to a perfect shine. And Golang Girls 2019, the 2nd edition organized in Pune … Continue reading Let’s get Go-ing!
Content written by author Rahul Shewale, who is currently employed at Josh Software. As we know, Golang is a powerful programming language with built-in concurrency. We can concurrently execute a function with other functions by creating goroutine using go keyword. When multiple goroutines share data or variables, we can face hard to predict race conditions. … Continue reading Data Race Detector in Golang
This all started with developing a simple software to support the robotic project. We had initially planned with Arduino and Gobot (A golang framework for robotics). After we tested some initial sample programs we realised that we can't run the program or a go binary as a service on Arduino. Because Arduino accepts only instructions … Continue reading Raspberry Pi with GOBOT (Golang) Part I
Part 2 — In this article, we will try out their /tts service. In part 1 of this series we explored their /query service. Here, we will explore their/tts service which takes text and returns the generated speech (as an audio WAV file). I have created a folder “apiai” which will hold the Go source code “apiaifile.go”. … Continue reading Using Golang with Api.ai Artificial Intelligence service
Part 1 — In this article, we will try out their /query service. Api.ai is a service which provides a nice combination of both voice recognition and machine learning for developers. We shall use their free tier. Api.ai has “Domains”. Domains are a whole collection of knowledge and data structures from Api.ai that are ready for use … Continue reading Using Golang with Api.ai Artificial Intelligence service
The ‘Not Safe For Work’ (NSFW) model analyzes images and videos and returns probability scores on the likelihood that the image or video contains pornography. For those of you who don’t know what NSFW is, we’re talking about Not Safe For Work. R-rated content. Stuff that would probably get you fired if you were looking … Continue reading Use Go and Clarifai API to Recognize NSFW Images
Earlier this month, I had the privilege of speaking at Web Summit in Dublin and it was a truly amazing experience. I was in Dublin for precisely four days and I don't remember having dinner! Apparently, Guinness is as good as a meal! Well, for a conference that saw more than 40,000 (yes - it … Continue reading The Summit of Web conferences