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Autonomous RAG with llama3 on Groq

I’ve had building a RAG on my to-do list for a while. Lately, I’ve been experimenting with Groq, which has consistently impressed me with its inference speed. It’s been over four months since I cancelled my ChatGPT Plus subscription and switched to BoltAI, where I can access leading models like GPT-4, Llama-3.70B, Claude Opus, and Mistral-8x7b at a fraction of the cost. What I appreciate about BoltAI is its well-designed graphical user interface, which allows me to easily connect with multiple foundational models via API.

Payments 🕸 Web 🕸

As a payment enthusiast, I’ve been researching the ins and outs of building a digital wallet that stands out in a crowded market. One thing that’s become clear is that payments themselves are a commodity – everyone wants to offer them, and they’re an essential part of any business transaction. However, the real value lies in what you can build on top of those payments.

COSS Revolution: Empowering Small Teams to Build Full Stack Web Apps

In recent times, SaaS solutions built upon Open Source Software (OSS), commonly referred to as Commercial OSS (COSS), have garnered significant attention. This growing trend has made it much easier to develop a comprehensive and scalable web application without resorting to expensive SaaS offerings. Now, all that is required is a team of 3-5 skilled engineers who possess the ability to navigate through extensive code bases. With the aid of tools such as or GitHub Copilot, these engineers can immerse themselves in solving the business or technical challenges at hand, without getting overly fixated on opinionated technology stacks. As someone who tends to get caught up in such stacks, this shift allows me to focus more on the task at hand and avoid unnecessary distractions.

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Business Value driven Digital Transformation

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How Cloud Native Applications are Transforming Digital Businesses

Cloud native applications (CN apps) are revolutionizing the way digital businesses operate. Gone are the days of having to rely on bulky, outdated software that takes forever to install and update. Now, businesses can take advantage of the power of cloud native applications to quickly and easily access the latest technology. In a nutshell cloud native applications are born on public or private cloud in a packaged (read containerized) manner that makes their development and launch into the real world environment radically different than traditional .net, php, java applications. This means that they can be deployed quickly and easily, and they can scale up or down as needed. Plus, they are often more secure than traditional applications, since they are hosted in the cloud.


DORA Metrics – let’s create value and not push code

I have been reading about data-driven development productivity and effectiveness for quite some time now and trying to visualise it both from a developer’s shoes, as I have been one for a large part of my career and then from an engineering manager’s eyes where continuous improvement, effectiveness and productivity are a constant topic when it comes to ‘achieving more with less’

RT @theburningmonk: Aws dropping another bombshell of an update, silently, last night – you can now trigger lambda with managed Kafka. This…


RT @freeCodeCamp: Tencent Cloud lets you write serverless functions in any programming language.Like Rust, for example. Pretty cool.In…


While #cloud is the norm, Fastly($FSLY) and Agora($API) are at the #edge

What Peter Offringa has put together here is nothing short of a networking primer and this level of analysis is what an investor should be doing before investing their hard-earned money. For me, this is just a beginning, $FSLY and $API were on my watchlist and I will not dither from ETF’s which is my goto strategy for US markets. Next is $API

Cloud Gaming: Why It Matters And The Games It Will Create

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