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The New York City Developer Advocates are a talented team of polyglots whose focus is to activate and develop relationships with leading Enterprise Developer communities across the Greater New York City area, Northeast Corridor, and Eastern half of the US. The IBM Developer Advocacy team sets out to win the hearts and minds of developers through authenticity, community, and technical engagement.
Our mission is to align the digital developer experience with the physical developer experience by building a thriving, connected developer community around IBM’s Cloud platform. We achieve this initiative by working directly with developers to give them the support and resources they need to succeed with the ultimate goal of increasing the number and engagement of active developers on the IBM Cloud platform.
Aug 15, 2019
IBM CloudNew York
Girls Who Code are making a difference. Read this post to find out more about this organization and how it ties into Call for Code's mission.
Ideagen Summits bring together companies, NGOs, trade associations, and the public sector to develop systemic solutions to advance the United…
New YorkSoftware development
Workshop boosts women and girls' participation in natural disaster preparation and relief, and promotes equality in business and the boardroom.
Apr 26, 2019
Follow the second phase of our journey to modernize Weather Underground. Here's what we learned in our migration effort to generate and write all resulting assets to object storage in the cloud.
Consider serverless architecture if you're interested in reducing the cost of development and operations for your next project.
Aug 21, 2019
Golang is a language heavily used for web api building. What makes a good api? How can we build apis that are robust and extensible? Writing a good API is a evolving process. If you are coming to Go from a different language you might be used to using some…
September 8, 2019
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