Last week I ran the Lisbon Marathon, well the half marathon if I have to be honest! A few days later, I got an email with my pictures taken during the event, available to be purchased online… awesome!
A question suddenly came to my mind: how they can organize pictures of more than 15.000 participants in just a couple of days? Well, I don’t know how they did, but I know how to do it using AWS Rekognition, and it can be a very good example of artificial intelligence (AI) applied to real-life (or real-business) scenarios.
Continue reading “Organize marathon pictures using Machine Learning and AWS Rekognition”
Open Graph is a protocol used by developers to make sure that Facebook and Twitter can crawl our websites and display shared posts the way we want.
Continue reading “Add open graph meta without a plugin in WordPress”
My story at Codeable began in early 2016. I already was a pretty experienced freelancer and decided to try to join one of the most important and well-known development agencies for WordPress.
Continue reading “Being a good coder is not enough. My first 4 months at Codeable”
Field pre-population is a handy feature when working with forms. It often happens to have a select field that needs to be populated from dynamic values from a database query, an external API or a CSV file.
Continue reading “Select field pre-population with Ninja Forms”
A lot of exciting things happened with the release of WooCommerce 2.6! Of of the most important is a completely new REST API based on the WordPress REST API infrastructure.
Continue reading “WooCommerce API, add custom data to default endpoints”