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IBM Z Day 2020: A record-shattering event!

By JEANNE BROOKS, Sudharsana Srinivasan | Published September 23, 2020

IBM Z Day 2020 was a huge success -- find out what you missed, and how you can still catch the replays.

Create and import COCO datasets into Maximo Visual Inspection

By Charles Hofer | Published September 22, 2020

Prepare your dataset to be imported into Maximo Visual Inspection

A recipe for presenting at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women - Ideas, dedication and a dash of energy

By CINDY LU, Megan Kostick | Published September 21, 2020

Mid-career developer advocates, Megan Kostick and Cindy Lu provide a behind the scenes look at preparing for a virtual presentation at the 2020 Grace Hopper…

Why go with agile integration?

By Lamia Alashaikh | Published September 18, 2020

An agile integration is a decentralized, microservices based, and portable approach to modernize an integration landscape based on people, architecture, and infrastructure.

Call for Code Daily: regional finalists, problem solvers, and Kode With Klossy

By IBM Developer Staff | Published September 18, 2020

Check out the weekly recap of stories covering open source projects, and how problem solvers are answering the call.

What are containers and why do you need them?

By Robert (Bob) Spory, Rafi Afzal | Updated September 16, 2020 | Published January 31, 2019

This blog post discusses containers, why you should care about them, and how they interact with microservices and the cloud.

2020 Call for Code Global Challenge Regional Finalists

By Willie M. Tejada | Published September 16, 2020

Developers taking on climate change and COVID-19

IBM MQ on Raspberry Pi - our tastiest developer edition yet!

By Max Kahan | Published September 16, 2020

We've created a developer edition of IBM MQ for the smallest platform yet.