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Kafka Monthly Digest - July 2020

By Mickael Maison | Published August 4, 2020

From releases, to Kafka Improvement Proposals (KIPs), to blogs, check out what's going on in the Apache Kafka community for July 2020.

Call for Code Daily: tech for the disabled, chatbots, and the final push to submission close

By IBM Developer Staff | Published July 31, 2020

Check out the weekly recap of stories covering tech-for-good, solution resources, and submission countdown.

Build secure applications with OpenShift 4.3 on public cloud

By Anton McConville | Published July 31, 2020

Example bank application highlights building secure cloud application with OpenShift 4

2020 Call for Code Global Challenge submissions are closed

By Daniel Krook | Published July 31, 2020

Another chapter awaits: get involved with Call for Code open source projects supported by The Linux Foundation.

Submit your entries: NLC2CMD competition at NeurIPS 2020 is now open

By Kartik Talamadupula | Published July 24, 2020

NLC2CMD is comprised of a competition for automatic translation of English to Bash and a challenge for gathering data related to such translations.

Call for Code Daily: submission deadline, resources, and innovation

By IBM Developer Staff | Published July 23, 2020

Check out the weekly recap of stories covering submission deadline tips, starter kits, and problem solvers taking action

IBM Cloud for Financial Services: An opportunity for developers

By Willie Tejada | Published July 22, 2020

Create and modernize financial services apps using virtual machines or containers, and integrate them with a catalog of secure, reliable services.

Quick start guide to migrating and building applications on a public cloud

By Balaji Kadambi | Published July 17, 2020

Use cloud patterns to implement key IBM Cloud capabilities such as automated provisioning, logging, monitoring, and auto scaling