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Come hang out with us! We are pretty cool (really). We are here to help you and provide education. Let us know how we can help. Join us at meetups, lunch and learns, hackathons, workshops, and other exciting events to meet cool subject matter experts, and learn about cutting edge open source technologies! .
We host weekly hands-on developer workshops where you will get your hands dirty (you will write code) and learn about the latest tools and technologies. You will learn about Watson AI, Blockcahain, Kubernetes, Serverless, Data Science, Machine Learning, Chatbots, APIs and more. Jump to Upcoming Events section to register. This is not a meetup but a real coding workshop. And, we serve really good food (no pizza!)
JeanCarl Bisson, took part in Cognitive Builder Faire New York. “On Friday night, demos showing the cool
things a Cognitive developer could build with IBM Watson were available to try out.” Continue reading on
We host weekly Lunch & Learn events where you will will get delicious food and learn about Watson AI, Blockcahain, Kubernetes, Serverless, Data Science, Machine Learning, Chatbots, APIs and more. Jump to Upcoming Events section to register.
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.
Recorded: Nov 29, 2017
The San Francisco Developer Advocacy team hosted another great Lunch & Learn event. We have long heard the narrative about how data scientists contribute to AI, but what about the rest of us? Do the robots just take our jobs? Join us during your lunch hour to find out how all the AI pieces fit together. Explore jargon with easily digestible examples and leave feeling more confident in conversations about AI. Amara Keller, IBM Developer Advocate, did a great session for technical and non-technical folks looking to understand machine learning and deep learning fundamentals without the complex math.
Recorded: Nov 22, 2017
The San Francisco Developer Advocacy team hosted another great Lunch & Learn event. The topic was Kubernetes. The session covered what is Kubernetes, how it works and what are its benefits?
Recorded: Nov 9, 2017
This event was an absolute beginner’s guide to machine learning for the enterprise.
Recorded: Oct 19, 2017
Erin McKean covers the OpenAPI spec (formerly known as Swagger), what it is, and how using the spec makes it easier to plan, create, test, and share your APIs?
Recorded: Sep 13, 2017
In September we hosted another successful Lunch and Learn event. This time we covered Containers 101 (Microservices) and of course we served a delicious lunch.
by JeanCarl Bisson · on January 12, 2018
In the heart of Silicon Valley, there are so many meetups, conferences, hackathons, and events to go to, it can become overwhelming with so many options. For some, these events even become part of their personal life*. A couple of weeks ago, I was reviewing the events I attended last year (part of my yearly retrospective) and looked at what I learned or gained from attending them.
by JeanCarl Bisson · on January 10, 2018
by Amara Keller · on January 4, 2018
I’ve been busy trying to make a demo that incorporates Watson API Services on Unity for workshops in early 2018. Naturally most of my time has been sunk into making it as overly complicated for myself as possible.
by Amara Keller · on December 29, 2017
I’ll let you in on a little secret. Shh, don’t tell anyone. My favorite part of the year is right now — when people go on vacation, the office gets quiet, and I get to dig myself out of the “TODO hole” I’ve created for myself over the course of the entire rest of the year.
When working with Watson Conversation, like any conversational bot builder, there are a few gotchas.
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