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The annual DockerCon conference was held on June 12-15 in Mascone Center in San Francisco. IBM was a Platinum Sponsor and showcased the IBM Cloud Kubernetes-based container service. IBM Developer Advocates Erin McKean and Marek Sadowski were on the ground helping developers and answering questions. Erin and Marek also helped with a very successful hands-on Istio on Kubernetes workshop. Over 80 developers learned about Istio’s benefits such as ingress, traffic management, policy enforcement, telemetry, security and of course enjoyed delicious food.
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Recorded: April 3, 2018
In this video, you’ll learn how to build a full CRUD API — including user authentication — and a simple front-end client using LoopBack and Auth0.
Recorded: Mar 26, 2018
Learn how to build a cognitive robot powered by IBM Watson. You’ll learn about the open-source project, the TJ Bot, and how you can control robots with inexpensive hardware such as the Raspberry Pi. You will also learn how to use six Watson services to understand what is heard and seen, understand emotions, translate content from one language to another, and speak to the user.
Recorded: Mar 1, 2018
Have you ever wondered how the underlying technology behind Bitcoin works? Do you want to learn about Blockchain, why there is so much hype around it, and how to develop blockchain applications? Watch this video to learn
Recorded: Jan 25, 2018
The San Francisco Developer Advocacy team hosted another great Lunch & Learn event. The topic was AR/VR for beginners. Watch the video and learn how to getting started with Unity and Watson
Recorded: Jan 18, 2018
Do you want to learn about Full Stack Web Development, but just haven’t gotten around to it? Have you heard of APIs and JSON, but still haven’t really mastered these concepts? Watch this video to learn more about the fundamentals of Full-Stack Web Development.
Recorded: Jan 17, 2018
The rise of bots is here, and we’re sure you’ve been hearing a lot of buzz about chatbots, voicebots, and AR/VR in the tech industry today. If you have chatted with an automated telephonic system, a chat using Siri, Cortana, Amazon Echo, or a Google Home, you have interacted with a bot before. While these are great starts to bots, this is an opportunity for you to learn how to make YOUR OWN digital assistant and get ahead of the curve!
by Developer Advocate in Silicon Valley · on June 3, 2018
Satoshi Nakamoto conceived of Bitcoin and Blockchain in his now epic paper Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System, soon to be ten years ago, in the aftermath of the Financial crisis of 2007–2008. His intention was to “propose a solution to the double-spending problem using a peer-to-peer network”. A revolutionary system that would replace unreliable trusted third parties with cryptography and create a whole new type of applications in the finance and business world, and which would find a permanent place on the front pages of the world’s news.
by JeanCarl Bisson · on June 2, 2018
Back in grade school, one of the common games played on the playground was called Rock Paper Scissors. You could choose rock (a closed fist), paper (a flat hand), and scissors (a fist with the index and middle fingers extended, forming a V). The rules are simple: rock beats scissors, paper beats rock, and scissors beats paper.
by JeanCarl Bisson · on May 29, 2018
It’s almost summer time and what better companion is there to that hickory smoked barbecue than some music. In this tutorial, I’ll show how to connect TJBot to Spotify and have TJBot become a DJ, well, a DJBot!
by Marek Sadowski · on May 9, 2018
As I love robots 🤖, AI 🐲, IoT 🎛, mobile 📱, and space exploration 🌌, sometimes I need to roll my sleeves up and become a hardcore Java ☕️ / cloud ⛅️ developer 👨💻.
by JeanCarl Bisson · on May 7, 2018
On Friday and Saturday, AT&T and FirstNet, along with sponsors including IBM, hosted an IoT Civic Hackathon in Fishers, Indiana. This hackathon was themed around public safety with plenty of first responders on hand ready to share their experiences with the attendees.
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