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Top 8 Scala play-framework Projects
♞ lichess.org: the forever free, adless and open source chess server ♞Project mention: GPT-3.5-turbo-instruct can play chess around 1800 Elo | news.ycombinator.com | 2023-09-19
It is important to note that the one game provided as evidence of 1800ish rating is an opening blunder by stockfish that has occurred in at least 8000 human games. I would expect GPT-3 to be trained on several explanation on how to punish this specific mistake. In general, I would expect GPT's openings to be higher quality than the rest of its games.
The fact that it didn't play any illegal moves and was able to win once it had a +5 advantage is still enough to say it is at least 1400ish in the rest of the game.
Some of the other games  that the OP imported would not strike me as 1800 level play. In particular, the endgame play is atrociously below that level. None of them are labeled as stockfish vs GPT though.
Declarative, type-safe web endpoints libraryProject mention: what library/framework should I use for backend development? | /r/scala | 2023-02-21
You're not confined to the usual suggestions below (play, http4s). There's a ton of options. (I wrote test cases using a bunch of different frameworks a few years ago at https://github.com/hohonuuli/msdemos). Having written services using a variety of frameworks in production, I would strongly suggest using one that auto-generates API docs (openapi, swagger) for you. That will save you a huge amount of time later on. For heavier services, like the one at https://fathomnet.org/, I tend to the Java side (Quarkus is my current top choice, but Micronaut and Helidon are both great). For everything else I use Scala. My go-to right now is tapir using a vertx backend. See https://tapir.softwaremill.com/
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☗ lishogi.org: the forever free, adless and open source shogi server forked from lichess.org ☗Project mention: Yakuza Like A Dragon Shogi Challenges Help | /r/yakuzagames | 2023-09-08
Or just go to lishogi, play against the computer on max difficulty, and copy over the moves to have the Yakuza AI play against the lishogi AI. You can even change the pieces to a set that more closely resembles the one in the game, and also flip the board so you're oriented the same way as in the game. Guaranteed win, the lishogi AI was just stomping every game when I used it in Y0.
An application that let you set alerts for the prices of several cryptocurrencies
Power Plant simulator service that can ramp up and down power producing units
Store and share your wish list. Integrate with gift registry and shopping plans (by flurdy)Project mention: Should I build a self-hosted wish-list/gift-list/any-list sharing platform? | /r/selfhosted | 2023-03-09
Flurdy/wishlist - not updated in 5 years
Utils related to webapps by wiringbits | muiv3 | slinky | scala.js | scala | play
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How to use Scala Twirl template engine standalone, without Play Framework.
Scala play-framework related posts
GPT-3.5-turbo-instruct can play chess around 1800 Elo
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Sep 2023
help scala web
1 project | /r/scala | 16 Sep 2023
Last Chance to Register for Online Classical Quads
1 project | /r/chess | 3 Sep 2023
Anyone else losing because of time?
1 project | /r/chess | 31 Jul 2023
Best Electronic Chess board for school students?
1 project | /r/chess | 14 Jul 2023
Lichess and chess.com consider AnonAddy a disposable email address
1 project | /r/AnonAddy | 13 Jul 2023
Please stop using this subreddit as chess.com support page. They pay people to help you specifically.
1 project | /r/chess | 11 Jul 2023
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