The Developer Experience in Watson Customer Engagement

Watson Customer Engagement is proud to announce the Watson Customer Engagement (WCE) DevCenter on IBM developerWorks. IBM developerWorks has had a long and successful history of supporting and enhancing the developer experience (DX) for IBM Products. Configuration and customization through an offerings extensibility plays a key role in the ability of a business...  Continue reading The Developer Experience in Watson Customer Engagement

March developerWorks newsletter round-up: We’ve got news for you!

IBM Q, Blockchain, TJBot, dev careers, IoT predictions, big events... So much news! Quantum computing for everyone? You don't need to be a theoretical physicist to connect to IBM’s quantum processor via the IBM Cloud. Following IBM Research’s 2016 Quantum Experience initiative to make a quantum computer available to everyone, IBM is continuing to put tools in...  Continue reading March developerWorks newsletter round-up: We’ve got news for you!

IBM at DevoxxUS Hands on Labs

Welcome to Devoxx US! Please see below for a list of our interactive hands-on-labs:   Swift Labs OpenWhisk Labs   Installing Swift 101 This repository contains instructions on how to install the Apple Swift language on Ubuntu, macOS, and Windows 10. To obtain the instructions, open the directory of the operating system you are using and follow the information provided in...  Continue reading IBM at DevoxxUS Hands on Labs

And the Nobel Prize goes to… a computer?!

Data.   Beautiful, clean, concrete data.   Some of us love data. But, believe it or not, there’s a contingency of people out there who aren’t very fond of data. They’d rather have the data be parsed, processed, analyzed, and cleanly outputted into a human readable story.   That’s where companies like Narrative Science, Automated Insights, Yseop, and others step in....  Continue reading And the Nobel Prize goes to… a computer?!

Watson machine learning within IBM Data Science Experience

Acknowledgments: This blog was written by Fehmina Merchant, Sivakumar Anne, and Aleksandr Petrov. Special thanks to John J. Thomas and Allen Kliethermes for their valuable inputs. (Note: This post showcases features that are currently in beta and may be subject to changes by general availability.) Machine learning is all about building algorithms and models that can learn...  Continue reading Watson machine learning within IBM Data Science Experience
IBM and Salesforce

Breaking: @Benioff joins Rometty at IBM InterConnect

Join IBM CEO and Chairman, Ginni Rometty and Salesforce CEO, Marc Benioff at IBM InterConnect in Las Vegas to hear more about how the two companies are creating joint solutions to make it easier for customers to extract new value from both CRM and enterprise data sets.  Continue reading Breaking: @Benioff joins Rometty at IBM InterConnect

Being bold to encourage female developers on International Women’s Day

If you had the power to make a positive change in the world, what would you do? Would you aim for something difficult to achieve, like ending world hunger, or something easier, like volunteering at a nursing home? Given the choice, I'd pick something achievable. I'd help even out the gender gap between male and female...  Continue reading Being bold to encourage female developers on International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day 2017 – #BeBoldForChange

Happy International Women’s Day! As a woman working for one of the few companies with a female CEO, we have plenty to celebrate.  As I learned at the Grace Hopper Conference, overall representation of women in technology has increased to 21.7%, up 1% in the past year.   The Oscar-nominated film, Hidden...  Continue reading International Women’s Day 2017 – #BeBoldForChange

Quantum computing gets an API and SDK

In May of 2016, IBM’s Quantum Experience gave the world its first peek at real, working quantum bits available in the cloud. But outside of physicists and quantum geeks who understand terms like “superposition” and “entanglement,” quantum computing can be difficult for the computer scientists and software engineers to appreciate. Admired, like fine art, maybe,...  Continue reading Quantum computing gets an API and SDK

An Interview with Arun Gupta, Devoxx US organizer and Java champion!

Are you a developer interested in Java, containers, the cloud, and maybe even a light saber or two? Well then you don't want to miss the inaugural Devoxx US conference coming to San Jose on March 21st! This very popular developer conference is coming to the US shores for the first time and we've...  Continue reading An Interview with Arun Gupta, Devoxx US organizer and Java champion!

Machine learning and analytics to find the signal within security noise

“Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it” These words are often attributed to Winston Churchill (although probably originally written by the philosopher George Santayana). These words have recently taken on new meaning in the context of security analytics. The most important development in the world of security is the massive adoption of...  Continue reading Machine learning and analytics to find the signal within security noise