Christian Heilmann

Resetting Twitter’s interests list using browser developer tools

April 9th, 2023

Twitter has a list of interests you can define that affects what content you see on your home timeline. This is a list of 150 topics, most not chosen by you but considered something you should see. You can change these settings by going to: More -> Settings and Privacy -> Privacy and Safety -> […]

GitHub Copilot for Docs – putting the “fun” into RTFM

April 5th, 2023

Here’s a quick video of me showing you the benefits of GitHub Copilot for docs: AI powered chat interfaces are a great and fun way to learn about new technologies. The problem is quality and relevance. Chat GPT for example doesn’t tell you the source of the information. Bing chat does at times pull from […]

Review: Video Tap – automatically convert YouTube videos to blog posts

April 3rd, 2023

Yesterday I wrote a blog post about a question I got at a conference and I thought I try one of those fancy “AI” tools that grace my inbox every few hours. Video Tap promises to turn videos into blog posts. You give it a YouTube URL, and it writes a post for you, looking […]

The Future of Senior Developers in an AI-Driven World

April 2nd, 2023

As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to advance, many are concerned about its impact on the job market, particularly for junior developers. If AI can automate many of the tasks these developers currently perform, how will we have new senior developers and architects in the future? Let’s talk about how junior developers still have crucial roles […]