Microsoft Cognitive Services contains a wide array of functionality. One of these features, the Face API, caught my attention because it provides an easy way to create personal interactions between you software and users. The API is subscription based but there is currently a free subscription level that allows more than enough calls per month […]

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If you weren’t already aware, today is Pi Day (March 14, or 3.14). To celebrate, we thought we’d scour the internet for the latest and greatest Raspberry Pi projects. Enjoy! The Ultimate Raspberry Pi Music Streamer Looking for a basic Pi project that you can have up and running in under an hour? Look no further. With this […]

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Chris is one of three employees hired last December. Though he’s usually on-site with clients, I was able to sit down with him last week to get to know him a bit better. What big milestone has brought you to where you are today? Landing a technology internship with JCPS in high school solidified my love […]

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Back in the early days of simple HTML websites, tables reigned supreme. Then HTML frames and inline frames offered flexibility, but with that flexibility came compatibility issues. The popularity of CSS brought us to the modern era of layouts with divs and styling, which is further simplified with the Bootstrap Grid System. There are dozens […]

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NOTE: This blog post contains spoilers from Rogue One, an awesome movie you should really see if you haven’t already.  A long time ago in a galaxy far far away there was a movie called Rogue One in which the Empire had a security breach. After a big battle and lots of explosions, the plans to […]

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As we’ve discussed previously in this blog, there are now a number of readily-available technologies for creating data visualizations via code. Libraries such as D3.js and Google Charts allow developers to easily add publication-quality data visualizations to applications or in presenting data to clients. However, these technologies give little to no insight as to how […]

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Mat Folz joined the team during the holidays last year and he has been settling in quite nicely. He brings with him a canine companion named Lilly, her key talent being melting hearts and fetching tennis balls. Mat, what did you want to be when you were five years old? A scientist, plain and simple. […]

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Last week, Composable Systems was named one of the Best Places to Work in Kentucky. I have to say, that feels pretty good. Composable Systems has long been cultivating a culture of flexibility, where employees do not feel tied to their desks. Working from home or around the beautiful city of Louisville, we’ve found that […]

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A while back I was tasked with creating an application that would allow a user to take pictures with a webcam. One would assume this would be a relatively easy task but as most things go in the developer world, it’s only easy once you figure out how to do it. Lets get to figuring […]

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Welcome back to Part 3 of the SharePoint News Slider Post. Today we are going to talk about display templates. The first thing you will need to do is select the style of slider you would like to use. For today’s slider I am going with an all CSS style slider. This particular one was a […]

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