We explore using LangSmith to test and evaluate LLMs, providing valuable insights into their performance, strengths, and limitations.
The Kotlin filter() operator is the most important task in the Kotlin collection operation, allowing you to filter a range of data based on a defined set of criteria.
The bubble sort algorithm is simple to write, easy to understand, and requires only a few lines of code.
Explore the Kotlin queue, a collection interface that is used to store and remove data following the FIFO concept.
In Android development, the activity state and fragment lifecycle play a crucial role, influencing implementation decisions and the final output that is experienced by end users.
In Android applications, data binding is a process that involves coupling two data sources together and synchronizing them, increasing the speed at which your application renders.
There are five types of scope functions in Kotlin that execute a block of code within the scope of an object: let, with, run, apply, and also.