Last year we released our Madden NFL 19 Connected Franchise Mode (CFM) GroupMe chatbot. This year we are excited to release a new version for Madden NFL 20. Madden Season is around the corner and we want to take time to discuss
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Here at TG4 Solutions, our passion for technology extends past the normal applications. In today’s post, we will discuss how we combined our passion for technology with our passion for Madden NFL 19. For years members of our company have participated
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In our previous post, we walked through how to setup a PyRFC server program. Now we will discuss how to create a Dockerfile to containerize your program. If you aren’t familiar with Docker or Dockerfiles, we suggest reviewing this documentation.