Using Generative AI to Organize Video Game Screenshots

Way back in January (remember January), I wrote a blog post describing how to use gen ai to improve image filenames.

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Google Gemini as Your Dungeon Master

So this is absolutely just another example of me playing around too much, but I had to share.

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Google Gemini 1.5 Announced (and more new features)

In general I don't tend to blog about stuff that isn't quite out yet, but as I've got early access (and permission to share), and as it's pretty darn cool, I thought I'd share.

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Testing Temperature Settings with Generative AI

So far most of my playing with Generative AI has been on the prompt side, with no real look at the various settings you can tweak in your calls.

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Come Build/Play a Game with Me Next Week

Next week I'll be hosting my second episode of the <Code><Br> show, "Shall we play a game?" In this session I'm going to talk about, and build, a simple web-based game.

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Looking at the JavaScript Promise Collection Methods

Let me begin by saying that "Promise Collection Methods" is not something I've seen mentioned elsewhere, but is my own way of referring to the various methods of the Promise API that work with multiple promises.

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Links For You

Happy Super Bowl Day for those who celebrate, oh wait, sorry, I mean "The Big Game".

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Using the Bluesky API

Social media has always been.

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<Code><Br> - First Episode

Just a quick note to share that today I did my first episode of the &lt;Code&gt;&lt;Br&gt; show. I had a great audience with some great questions and comments. My next show will be in two weeks and I hope to see you there!

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Using Generative AI as Your Content Assistant

Last week I had the honor of presenting one at TheJam.

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My Books are Updated for Angular 17

Angular 17 is out; and the Learn With Series is updated.

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Links For You

Good morning, friends.

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Using Generative AI to Improve Image Filenames

Last night I had an interesting thought.

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Working with Google Gemini and ColdFusion

Most of my recent work with generative AI has been with Google Gemini lately as I find it really simple to use.

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My New Show - <Code><Br>

For a while now I've been kicking around the idea of doing a live stream.

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Using GenAI to Classify an Image as a Photo, Screenshot, or Meme

File this under the "I wasn't sure if it would work and it did" category.

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You Should Attend theJam.dev 2024!

Next week, a very cool, and very free, online event is being held by the fine folks at Certified Fresh Events, theJam.

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Using Drag/Drop in Alpine.js with PDF Embed

Drag and drop support in JavaScript is probably two to three hundred years old now (plus or minus a few years), but I use it rarely enough such that when I need it, I run over to MDN's article on it as a quick refresher.

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Links For You

Hello friends.

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Using AI and PDF Services to Automate Document Summaries

I first discovered Diffbot way back in 2021 when I built a demo of their APIs for the Adobe Developer blog ("Natural Language Processing, Adobe PDF Extract, and Deep PDF Intelligence").

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