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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!
Recorded: Jan 9,2018
Postman is a complete API Development Environment (ADE) to mirror your existing API development workflow. Millions of developers around the world use Postman to share, test, document, and monitor their APIs. Loopback is a highly extensible open-source Node.js framework that can be used to build dynamic end-to-end REST APIs.Learn how to create APIs with LoopBack and test with Postman in this Lunch & Learn
Recorded: Dec 12, 2017
Learn from some of the core contributors of Cloud Foundry (CF) on how to get your app running, scaling, and connecting to a catalog of services. Plus we will also discuss debugging, logging, and various tips and tricks and give you an overview of the platform so that you understand how your app runs on containers managed by CF Diego and powered by runC and also how your service connections are portable with the new Open Service Broker specification.
by JeanCarl Bisson · on March 15, 2018
I spoke at a lunch and learn in San Francisco today on Artificial Intelligence in Robotics. I’ll share more about what I talked about in another post later on this week, but I was approached by a student studying data science and who is very much interested in hardware. He came up to me and asked me a simple question. How did I get into hardware? It got me pondering the question for most of the day and so I thought I would share my experience in using hardware alongside some of my software projects.
by JeanCarl Bisson · on March 9, 2018
I’ve been known to attend quite a few meetups, conferences, and hackathons in the developer community. At the heart of this drive is my passion and interest in understanding how things work and exploring the possibilities of combining various technologies together.
by Marek Sadowski · on March 9, 2018
This is the first of series of blog posts on my short adventure on making a great AI powered application — Shazam for Pets — from an old fashion and so 2001 Web 2.0 Java application.
by Developer Advocate in Silicon Valley · on March 9, 2018
千里之行，始於足下 or “a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”, as the Chinese philosopher Laozi wrote around 500 BCE.
by JeanCarl Bisson · on March 2, 2018
Last night I had the opportunity to give a lightning talk at the Write The Docs meetup hosted at Google in Mountain View that definitely inspired the mixed audience of tech writers and developers to rethink how we write documentation and tutorials that can be easily consumed and reproduced.
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