Even having used ChatGPT since its initial release, I’m still amazed by it. I’ve used it for entertainment, sitting with my son and authoring kids’ books and sequels, changing character speech patterns, attitudes, behaviors or adding a moral to the story after the fact. It has helped me optimize JSON inputs, Python code and MySQL queries. The limits of it’s capabilities seem limited only by my effort or imagination…
Here are some examples of interesting things you can put in a chat with ChatGPT:
These are just a few examples of interesting things you can chat about with ChatGPT. The possibilities are endless, so feel free to get creative and have fun with it!
I was fortunate enough to be an early adopter and have garnered a free PRO subscription for the next year. Today I was on a conference call where we were diagnosing some behavioral issues between RedHat’s OpenShift and F5’s Container Ingress Services. As much as a joke as anything else (as I’d been teased in touting ChatGPT’s capabilities), I asked it to create an AS3 manifest to create a Virtual Server with more than one iRule, referencing already existing iRules.
There was a bit of stunned silence as I explained the results and that we’d been using a singular designation of “iRule”: [ instead of “iRules”: [. We made the change, things worked and everyone on the call busted out in laughter.