DeepLearning.ai offers a short course titled “ChatGPT: Prompt Engineering for Developers.” The course is designed specifically for software developers, providing insights into leveraging OpenAI’s powerful language model, ChatGPT, in their applications. The course covers various aspects of prompt engineering, a crucial skill in optimizing the performance of AI models. It helps developers understand how to design effective prompts, manage responses, and develop interactive applications using ChatGPT. By the end of the course, developers will know to build sophisticated AI-powered applications and services.
The blog post on Cloudflare’s website provides a comprehensive guide on creating a ChatGPT plugin using Cloudflare Workers. The article outlines the necessary steps, including setting up a Cloudflare account, creating a worker, and integrating OpenAI’s GPT-3 model with the worker. It also provides code snippets and explanations to make the process easier to follow. By creating such a plugin, users can leverage the power of GPT-3 for applications like chatbots, virtual assistants, and more, all while benefiting from Cloudflare’s high-speed network.
The Creative Tim blog post, “Awesome ChatGPT Prompts for Web Developers,” explores the potential of OpenAI’s ChatGPT in assisting web developers in various tasks. The article highlights numerous prompts that can be used to extract valuable information, seek coding advice, and obtain recommendations for web development tools and frameworks. By leveraging ChatGPT, web developers can enhance productivity, gain deeper insights, and streamline workflows.
GitHub recently launched Copilot X, designed to help developers write better code more efficiently. Copilot X is an AI-powered tool that assists you in writing code by providing real-time suggestions based on the context of what you’re working on. This means you can save time and increase your productivity by letting Copilot X do some of the heavy lifting.
Some of the features of Copilot X include:
- Auto-completion of code snippets
- Intelligent suggestions based on context
- Predictive typing to speed up your coding
- Seamless integration with GitHub and other tools
Using Copilot X is easy. You install it as an extension in your code editor and then use it like any other tool. It’s compatible with a wide range of programming languages, so you can use it regardless of your preference.
If you’re looking for a way to boost your productivity and make your coding faster and more efficient, then Copilot X is worth checking out.
Rules can greatly simplify business logic, but often come in the form of limited mini-languages and complex tools. Let’s take them back.
As you probably have noticed, Apple’s Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion has quietly removed the “Web Sharing” option from System Preferences. Fortunately the built-in Apache web server in still there. And Click On Tyler has a replacement Web Sharing System Preference pane to manage Apache almost just like before.