Standard Wednesday Night

Title: Standard Wednesday Night

Rating: NC-17

Pairing: Matt Murdock/Foggy Nelson

Word Count: 3,000

Ao3 link: here

Summary: “You know, not to be a whiner,” Foggy spoke through a mouthful of fried rice, “but it’s so not fair that you’re better at chopsticks than me.”

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singing baby, come home | a hoennchampionshipping fic

It had taken far too long to find him. She’d almost given up a thousand times or more, but every time she thought it was time to call it quits, she’d remember his eyes, the way he looked at her like she was somebody.

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To The person who asked for the best way on learn how to learn to do something like this, well, it all depends

People learn different ways. Personally, I learned how to make Skylar by making Skylar. That’s really the main purpose of this project at the end of the day: For me to learn how to do it. She’s my first forray into the world of artificial intelligence, and most of what I’ve learned about AI is through all the trial and error I’ve done trying to get her online.

I’ll admit, this question is a bit tricky to answer beceause, Skylar’s not TOO difficult to make in the grand scheme of things. She can be made by one person in about a week around all the other things in life. At the same time, you absolutely have to know what you’re doing with coding

If you’ve NEVER coded before, or are inexpierienced with your language of choosing, I’d look into, it’s a free site that acts as an interactive tutorial on how to code through several different languages. I use Java, and Python’s a good alternative for beguinners.  

Personally I’d say you should at least know what you’re doing in terms of File I/O before trying to make a full-fledged chatterbot. 

And also my big personal tip is that Google is your friend. I’m serious, Google’s your friend. Never underestimate google because it is your miracle worker. Want to know how to do something? Google it. Have an error that keeps popping up? Google it. Want to know what a thing does? Google it. Want to skip reinventing the wheel and just use somebody else’s code? Google it. You can never Google something too many times.