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Ashley Summer commented on Anna's blog post 'The Guide to Blockchain for Business Owners'
"Thanks for this guide.We believe in the potential of the blockchain and we believe that majority of the businesses are going to adopt it in the future. Personally, I got acquainted with blockchain technology through these…"
Jul 16
Jeorge Waters commented on Anna's blog post 'The Guide to Blockchain for Business Owners'
"That really is an interesting one. I am not a business owner though but still."
Apr 22

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SlobodaStudio
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https://sloboda-studio.com/
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https://sloboda-studio.com/blog/
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Ruby on Rails Web Development Company

How to develop a Telegram chatbot on Python

Technological progress and automation are starting to influence numerous spheres of human economy and everyday life. The rapid development of artificial intelligence imposes training computers to do the human work and implement their usage in business. One of the main applications of artificial intelligence in business is the chatbot.

In one of our recent articles, we spoke about the general principles of NLP and possible applications of chatbots. They have great potential in the area of customer service, and can easily accept the customer’s order and give them a consultation regarding the company’s services.

It is possible to automate the work of support centers with the help of bots on the official website of the company or in popular messengers like Telegram, Slack or Facebook Messenger.

In this article, we shall give you a brief tutorial about chatbot development, and share our experience in building a Telegram chatbot in Python.

Anna's Blog

5 Best Ruby on Rails CMS platforms

Posted on April 30, 2018 at 9:03am 0 Comments

Having a development team working on your website is great. They can manage things, write impressive code, and make your site unique. Yet sometimes, it makes a project complicated. This happens especially when your website needs to be small and simple. There is a way to make things simpler and more comfortable for everyone – acquiring a CMS. A CMS can help you push your website into production faster and with fewer efforts.…

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How to Develop Online Marketplace MVP

Posted on April 24, 2018 at 9:30am 0 Comments

The online marketplace is a platform where one can review, compare and buy goods from different vendors. Generally speaking, the marketplaces are the mediators between the buyers and the sellers. The clients look for the product or services they need, and the system displays the sellers that are able to offer the necessary item or job.

It is not surprising that the marketplaces have become so popular. You no longer…

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The Guide to Smart Contracts for Business Owners

Posted on April 6, 2018 at 7:30am 0 Comments

Several years ago, Satoshi Nakamoto developed the blockchain and Bitcoin. Nakamoto left Bitcoin in 2010; however, his project is still going strong. Nowadays, it is obvious that Bitcoin is not the only possible cryptocurrency, and that cryptocurrency is not the only possible application of blockchain.

Ethereum appeared in 2014 and quickly demonstrated that it is not just an ordinary cryptocurrency. Their platform…

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How to Interview RoR Developers

Posted on April 5, 2018 at 7:48am 0 Comments

It may seem that in our age of rapid development of digital technologies and IT business it is quite easy to find a professional programmer or web developer. CEOs rely on numerous courses available for those developers who want to broaden their knowledge. The workers themselves regard company experience as the most important promoting factor of their career. However, the situation is not what it seems. If you are a careful and wise boss, you know the importance of a job interview that makes…

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