We had learned some lessons with our initial release of both Todemy bots. Here are some of our tips of what we learned.
Over the years I have had many tutors, teachers and mentors. It is one of the most important type of people to have in your life, people who look out for you, teach you and inspire you to do better.
To become good at anything takes hours and hours of hard work. Once you get started it becomes easy since you enjoy it. I’ve been lucky to have had friends and mentors to help as I delved into world of computer science.
As you may know, we have been working on a new product that helps Students find and connect with Experts nearby for on-demand exam prep, essay marking or career development.
Todemy currently has several moving parts including multiple mini “web apps” and both server sides of the marketplace. Deployment is tedious and steps can easily be missed. Sounds like a good excuse to write some rust…
Recently we have been working on the Todemy chatbot, a tool to help students connect with tutors on demand.
Here’s what we have learnt about creating a chatbot.
As a product and scope grow there is always the trade-off between refactoring and implementing new features.
My co-founder and I recently participated in (and won!) a hackathon, where we developed a chatbot to help small business find relevant pieces of legislation and regulations. We thought it was a cool way for users to be able to provide information about them and have relevant results returned to them.
As cloud providers expand and improve their offerings it allows developers to easily implement event driven architecture without by just leveraging tried and true solutions.
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