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ParData: A conduit for easy and standardized data set sharing

By Hong Xu | Published July 29, 2021

At IBM, we created the Python package ParData to resolve issues in data set sharing. A data set distributor must only accompany a schema that describes the data set, and a data set consumer can easily start working with these data sets with a few lines of code.

Start contributing to open source Call for Code projects

By IBM Developer Staff | Updated July 26, 2021 | Published September 21, 2020

Don't let fear of the unknown stop you from getting involved in open source. Learn how to get started in open source projects and engage with some of our Call for Code open source projects.

AI for code: IBM CodeNet data set empowers AI to tackle programming challenges

By Yiwen Li, Sepideh Seifzadeh | Published July 26, 2021

Explore how AI for Code can help you improve your productivity by automating the software engineering process.

How natural language processing can fight deforestation: MANA-Vox

By Zoé Berenger, Quentin Siraut, Nicolas Comète | Published July 20, 2021

Learn how one company is using AI to take on environmental issues.

IBM releases first machine-learning end-to-end pipeline starter kit within the IBM Cloud Native Toolkit

By Saishruthi Swaminathan, Carlos Santana, Sepideh Seifzadeh | Published July 15, 2021

Today, IBM is announcing a new machine-learning, end-to-end pipeline starter kit to help developers build machine-learning applications and deploy them easily and reliably in a…

Quickly find containerized packages built for IBM Power (ppc64le)

By Linda Alkire | Published July 13, 2021

Open Source Power Availability Tool (OSPAT) now allows you to search for IBM Power container packages

Automate Kubeflow deployment

By Yi-Hong Wang, Chin-Yung Huang | Published July 7, 2021

Get an overview of the latest release of Kubeflow, an end-to-end machine learning platform on Kubernetes.

Kafka Monthly Digest - June 2021

By Mickael Maison | Published July 6, 2021

From releases, to Kafka Improvement Proposals (KIPs), to blogs, check out what's going on in the Apache Kafka community for June 2021.