This conversation took place late last night on Slack: Student: Bruce I see you the Sublime Text editor. Bruce: I have tried many of them out and prefer Sublime. Student: I want to be a professional web developer one day. I also have some questions about the assignment that’s due tomorrow. Bruce: A professional webContinue reading “Yeah, this…”
We all know that Slack groups come and go and that it would be nice to know which groups you are still considered a member of. Look no further than this URL: https://slack.com/signin/find
Here is a simple Python program that can be used to: Test the API Get a list of Slack Users Get a list of Slack Channels Get information about a Slack Channel Post a message to Slack Channel Students in my Intro to Programming and Problems Solving class at Clark College learn how to buildContinue reading “Using the Slack API with Python – A Simple Example”
In this video, I demonstrate how I used IBM Watson’s Tone Analyzer service to analyze an entire Slack channels’ textual content history. The bot allows you to select the channel you want to have analyzed and then presents charts displaying the various tones in the channel. Slack Bot – IBM Watson Tone Analyzer Slack BotContinue reading “Slack Bot – Slack Channel Tone Analysis Using IBM Watson”
Here’s a short video demonstrating how I used the IBM Watson Tone Analyzer service on IBM Bluemix to create a Slack bot that analyzes text you enter. Let me know if you have any questions.
I put together a short video that demonstrates how easy it is to extend the functionality of Slack by installing an app from the Slack App Directory.
For those of you who know me, I’m a huge fan and user of Slack; both the company and the product. Here are some things that Slack has done and continues to do right: Social Media: They know how to use social media to connect with their users. They respond to every tweet and do theirContinue reading “Slack: What Great Execution Looks Like”