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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.

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.

Twenty years of open source software for IBM Z and LinuxONE

By Javier Perez | Published September 15, 2020

Learn about the history, the details, and the large ecosystem of open source software that's available for the IBM Z and LinuxONE platforms.

Join IBM Z's Chief Penguin: 30 startups accepted in IBM's Hyper Protect Accelerator

By Melissa Sassi | Published September 14, 2020

IBM Z Day announcement spotlights companies from around the world that leverage highly sensitive data to solve different problems.

Certificate transparency for web and mobile apps

By Srihari Kulkarni | Published September 14, 2020

Protect domains and domain owners from mis-issued certificates by Certificate Authorities (CAs).

Walicki with Watson

By John Walicki | Published September 14, 2020

A look back at the computing industry through the eyes of technology veteran, John Walicki! From PCs, to Linux, the Internet and edge computing, he…

From monoliths to microservices: Modernize your apps now

By PRATIK PATEL | Published September 11, 2020

Using a modular microservices architecture is becoming a standard for cloud development. Splitting an application into multiple fine-grained functions (microservices) lets you work on each…