At the recent AMP Conf (in AM(P)sterdam of course!) there was an interesting talk titled “Progressive Web AMPs” that explored the merging of AMP and PWA technologies. The following is my summary and interpretation of the ecommerce use case presented by WompMobile from this session – any errors in the following are my own! (Note […]

Ever wondered how fast is your web site as experienced by customers? From different parts of the world? There are some useful tools around to help! I think everyone in e-commerce knows that site speed matters these days (right?). There are various stats around like you can lose ~50% of visitors on mobile if it […]

I am thrilled to announce, as of March 5th, I am joining Google as a Developer Advocate, focussing on the ecommerce space. For me this is a bit of a dream job. There are so many fascinating technologies that Google is working on that are directly applicable to commerce both in the short and long […]

Jupyter is an open source platform that lets you mix code (I will use Python here) with Markdown, allowing you develop notebooks that mix both documentation with the output of code. This is popular with data scientists in the machine learning arena as it lets you write down your notes right next to running code. […]

I am not a deep machine learning expert. This post is intended for those who wanted to learn more about the practical aspects of machine learning – where is the effort really? This series of posts are my experiences as I explore the space.  What is Machine Learning?  So what is Machine Learning in practice? […]

Machine learning, a part of the broader field of artificial intelligence, uses computers to spot patterns from data. Larger companies like Amazon, Google, Walmart, and eBay use machine learning in multiple areas of their businesses to great effect. But what about small businesses? Can they use machine learning as well? What is Machine Learning Good […]

This is just a quick tip. How can you have a project behave like a Composer repository, but where the packages are in subdirectories of a git repository. First, if the package is the only package in the git repository and the composer.json file for the package is in the root directory, composer can reference […]