Archive for February, 2017

DeepCoder and The Beginning of the End

Microsoft has been a market leader in many different areas of technology for years. Whilst it’s often beaten by other behemoths in certain elements, there is one way in which they are definitely the market disrupters (and not just by removing a USB port or a headphone jack): their latest innovation, DeepCoder. DeepCoder is a form of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that allows computers to write code themselves. The implications of such software, in a mature form, are often portrayed in apocalyptic movies.

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Want to Visualise a Site or APP? Start Prototyping with Invision

Why Prototyping is Useful When looking to make a serious strategic move in digital, whether it’s redevelopment or market entry, an important step is prototyping. This makes sure the idea you have is feasible and that you iron out usability kinks before moving on to the development stage, where changes are not so easily made. There is a stark contrast between emailing dozens of JPEG files to a client or colleages and sending them a link to an interactive prototype that they.

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Zendesk Customer Portal Login

We’ve been using Zendesk to provide support to our clients for almost as long as the company has been active. We really like it for a whole load of reasons. You may have raised a support ticket with us before by sending an email to support@purr.zendesk.com. It’s great that the whole Purr team are notified about the new ticket, and we like that we can track the status and history of this ticket until it’s effectively dealt with. We also get monthly.

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Twitter Trump Blunder, Facebook new two factor verification and Google Maps gets wheelchair friendly

Twitter may have made you follow Trump People who were fans of Obama will have most likely been following the @POTUS account on Twitter. When Trump took office, the @POTUS tweets from the Obama administration were archived under @POUTS44, the tweet count was reset but all followers continued to be followers of the main account. All of this sounds normal, except for when Twitter started to encounter issues after not realising how difficult a task migrating millions of followers would be. Due.

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