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IBM Cloud Overview
Learn about the IBM’s cloud computing platform that provides all the cloud solutions and IBM cloud tools you need. Learn to navigate through IBM Cloud. Learn about the IBM Cloud Catalog that lists some 170+ starters and services that you can choose to implement in your web or mobile apps.
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Internet of Things and Node-RED IDE
Learn about IBM’s Watson IoT platform on IBM Cloud that will help you rapidly connect your devices, and also infuse capabilities around device management, information management, real-time analytics, risk management and cognitive computing. Learn to create and deploy your first IoT app on the IBM Cloud using a boilerplate and the Node-Red IDE with ease. You will work with a simulated device and sensors.
IoT workshop resources
Introduction to Watson Services
In 90 minutes or less, you will be leaving this workshop with a face-recognition app that you can share with your friends and family. Learn how you can use Watson to identify a person’s age, gender, and for celebrity faces — even their name. No coding experience needed: we’ll be using a tool called Node-RED that will allow you create the app without any programming.
Watson workshop resources
How to become a Data Scientist
In 2012, “data scientist” was named the sexiest profession of the 21st century, and has consistently been ranked as the #1 profession in America on Glassdoor since 2016. So how can you become a data scientist? Come learn from Polong Lin, a self-taught Data Scientist at IBM who comes from a non-technical background (Experimental Psychology). Come and learn about the skills you need to learn, R vs Python, and how to build a data science portfolio to land a job in data science.
Data Science workshop resources