I am a writer, editor, and digital content strategist at IBM Canada. I appreciate crisp writing, cold beer, and the Oxford comma. When I'm not in front of one screen or another, you'll find me on the court playing something that vaguely resembles tennis.
The author describes boosters for identifying and fixing syntactic errors for unigrams and bigrams by adapting existing open source components.
The co-creator of Node-RED reflects on what it's taken to achieve one million downloads and looks forward to what comes next.
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Recorded: November 29, 2017 IBM Developer Advocate John Zaccone provides an overview of IBM Cloud Private, including how to set up and use the hassle-free...
If you're a developer who needs to help an organization anticipate, locate, analyze, and respond to emergency situations, the code pattern "Analyze an image and...
Developer journeys are now "code patterns," repeatable programming patterns that you can use, adapt, and improve within your own development environment.
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