Learn Alexa Custom Skills by Building your own Personal Assistant

I have newly launched a course on Udemy related to building a Rad Personal Assistant using Amazon Alexa Custom Skills.

Learn Alexa Custom Skills by building your Rad Personal Assistant

It is available at https://www.udemy.com/build-your-rad-personal-assistant-with-amazon-alexa-custom-skills/?couponCode=DISCOUNTBLOG

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There is a shift happening in the way we as a species communicate with machines. With the advent of Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple Siri, and Microsoft Cortana, the focus on Voice User Interfaces or Voice Activated Conversational Interfaces is rapidly increasing.

This ever-changing world presents a threat to the way we operate, especially when we do not understand it. A more AI aware world might be years away, but if we learn how to talk to and control the machines then we grow collectively.

The real goal of this course is to get you competent enough to understand the complexities that go behind designing and creating the voice user interfaces so that you can immediately assess how different pieces of the puzzle fit together.

However, no matter how much of the fundamental knowledge you have, if you are unable to put it to practice, then usually it is of no real value. This course on building a personal assistant using Alexa Custom Skills is just one of the techniques, and you will learn very soon that you can design a variety of interfaces through the knowledge that you gain.

By using Amazon Alexa, and building a Voice Activated Personal Assistant, you will gain the following:

  1. Understand what is Amazon Alexa and its ecosystem
  2. What are Voice Interaction Models, and how they can help you build a better and reliable voice interface
  3. Know the technologies that work behind a voice-activated interface
  4. Use Amazon Services such as Lambda, S3, CloudWatch, & IAM and how they interact with each other
  5. Deconstruct an Alexa Skill, and get clarity on what are Intents, Slots, and Utterances
  6. Develop with Node.js and Alexa Skills Kit SDK to build a personal assistant that responds to your queries
  7. Connect with Third Party APIs and process information, use asynchronous requests and callbacks
  8. Maintain data persistence within an Active Alexa Session
  9. Introduce errors, and Test Alexa Skills through 4 different modes including simulators and physical devices
  10. Leverage the Amazon Web Services to build a Consistently Reliable Architecture

Enroll Now, and begin to shape the brand new voice-activated world!

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https://www.udemy.com/build-your-rad-personal-assistant-with-amazon-alexa-custom-skills/?couponCode=DISCOUNTBLOG

 

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