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New interactive tutorials in the developerWorks Sandbox:

There will be more! And if you cannot wait for the next Digest, you can always bookmark this blog post where all new sandbox articles will be published.

New journeys on IBM/Code in June and July:

We are adding new journeys to IBM Code regularly!

Looking for something specific? @developer.ibm.com/code/journey, we have everything you need to quickly solve real problems: architecture diagrams, one-click deployment git repos, and pointers to essential docs.

Our journeys cover the following topic areas: Analytics, API, AI, Blockchain, Cloud, Containers, Data Science, Data Store, Databases, Gaming, Hybrid Integration, IoT, Java, Messaging, Microservices, Mobile, Platform as a Service, Serverless, Swift on the Server, Systems and Virtual Reality.

Looking for a challenge?

Learn more about and register for the Unchain the Frame Virtual Hackathon! August 14 – November 15, 2017.
The Unchain the Frame Virtual Hackathon is your key to unleashing early success. That’s because this challenge is focused on some of the most rapidly growing technologies in the marketplace, including Blockchain, Machine Learning, and Open Source technologies, combined with Industry APIs and the most scalable and secure platform. The IBM Z mainframe. Yes. The mainframe! Read more.

IBM in the news:

IBM unveiled IBM Z, the next generation of the world’s most powerful transaction system, capable of running more than 12 billion encrypted transactions per day. The new system also introduces a breakthrough encryption engine that, for the first time, makes it possible to encrypt essentially all data associated with any application, cloud service, or database all the time. Read more!

Check out our July developerWorks newsletters:

Our team at developerWorks is dedicated to helping developers build their skills and advance their careers around emerging and game-changing technologies, whether you are just getting started or continuing to build more advanced developing skills. For more developerWorks content, be sure to visit developerWorks and subscribe to our newsletters to get them delivered to your email inbox as soon as we publish them off the digital press. And if there’s a topic you’d like to see us cover, let us know!

Happy reading!
Virginie Daniel-Jamoukha – developerWorks Digital Outreach

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