Talking digital with Brian Kernighan
Jan26

Talking digital with Brian Kernighan

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Use Mozilla DeepSpeech to enable speech to text in your application
Jan25

Use Mozilla DeepSpeech to enable speech to text in your application

One of the primary functions of computers is to parse data. Some data is easier to parse than other data, and voice input continues to be a work in progress. There have been many improvements in the area in recent years, though, and one of them is in the form of DeepSpeech, a project by Mozilla, the foundation that maintains the Firefox web browser. DeepSpeech is a voice-to-text command and library, making it useful for users who need...

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Creating and initializing lists in Java and Groovy
Jan25

Creating and initializing lists in Java and Groovy

I like the Groovy programming language a lot. I like it because, in the end, I like Java, even though Java sometimes feels clumsy. And because I like Java so much, I don’t find many other JVM languages especially attractive. Kotlin, Scala, and Clojure, for example, don’t feel much like Java, pursuing their own perspectives on what makes a good programming language. read more Powered by...

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Now Is a Good Time to Update Your Recovery Email Addresses

You know those “emergency” email addresses you can use to get into your email and other accounts in case you’re locked out? Make sure they’re up-to-date. Powered by WPeMatico

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Why choose Rocket.Chat for your open source chat tool
Jan24

Why choose Rocket.Chat for your open source chat tool

Created in 2015, Rocket.Chat is a fully open source and customizable communications platform designed for communities and organizations with high standards for data protection. Rocket.Chat enables communication through federation, and over 12 million people are using it for team chat, customer service, secure file sharing, and much more. Rocket.Chat is in many ways the world’s most comprehensive open source communications...

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