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How AI helps Overwatch League process 410M data points to build power rankings

By Corey Shelton (MrBreaker#11250), Aaron Baughman (baaronbuzz#1283) | Published April 14, 2021

Learn how IBM is bringing AI-based solutions and insights to the league, which will engage a global audience in novel ways.

IBM joins Eclipse Adoptium and offers free certified JDKs with Eclipse OpenJ9

By Mark Stoodley, Samir Kamerkar | Published April 14, 2021

To preserve the Java community's open access to use Eclipse OpenJ9, IBM will build and publish Java SE TCK-certified JDK binaries with OpenJ9 at no cost, helping to build an Adoptium "marketplace" for JDK binaries.

A brief intro to Red Hat OpenShift for Node.js developers

By Joe Sepi | Published April 14, 2021

A quick look at what Node.js developers need to know about Red Hat OpenShift

A developer goes to the Masters: Every stroke matters

By Tyler Sidell | Published April 13, 2021

One bad play can make or break your game or your technology

5 reasons to attend the Digital Developer Conference: AIOps & Integration on April 20

By Virginie Daniel-Jamoukha | Published April 9, 2021

Your path to AI-powered automation for IT operations and integration skills

A developer goes to the Masters: Day 1 inside the digital ops center

By Tyler Sidell | Published April 9, 2021

Focusing on the work of supporting the Masters app and Masters.com website

How a growing ecosystem of 90+ partners creates opportunities for clients with IBM Cloud for Financial Services

By Brendan Kinkade, Willie M. Tejada | Updated April 8, 2021 | Published April 7, 2021

Enterprise developers can now build cloud-native financial services software with Red Hat OpenShift

Build and run regulated workloads in the cloud

By Yan Koyfman | Published April 8, 2021

What the IBM Cloud for Financial Services support for OpenShift and containerized workloads means for developers