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How IBM can help you stay out in front in a rapidly changing technology world | Simplified Kubernetes makes container clustering easier | Take your dog to INDEX-SF | Mozilla paves the way on connecting to developers | Figuring out quantum computing, one step at a time | Win yourself a Q prize | All you need to set up a multi-data Cassandra cluster center on Kubernetes | How to manage credentials on a Kubernetes cluster | What’s new in live coding events
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How a developer keeps up with rapid change

Lightbend director of developer advocacy Markus Eisele talks about INDEX-SF as one way you can keep from falling behind in your industry.

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Go to INDEX-SF, Feb 20

Use Docker to build, ship, and run Kubernetes apps

Explore great developer feedback from Patrick Chanezon about how Docker has simplified Kubernetes.

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Explore containers and orchestration code patterns
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Your dog wants to go to INDEX

You should take him to learn how to code, February 20.

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So, how do you connect with your developers?

Mozilla’s Sandra Persing talks about the Mozilla roadshow and the latest concerns and excitement-generating technologies coders are buzzing about.

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Learn more about the Mozilla developer roadshow
Join the roadshow on GitHub

Get out ahead of the quantum shell game

Kevin Casey discusses his tutorial, delivering a developer’s eye view on the IBM Q Experience.

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Welcome to the Q Experience
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Claim your Q prize

IBM Q Prize submissions are now open. Rev up your quarks!

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Register for your Q prize

The 10 steps to set up a multi-data center Cassandra cluster on Kubernetes

Rakesh Jain explains what they are and why you WANT to do this.

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Folks, you’ve credentials to manage on your Kubernetes cluster

Doug Tidwell tells you, finally, the key to deliver usernames and passwords to applications running in a Kubernetes cluster.

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Explore containers and orchestration code patterns
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Did someone say INDEX-SF?

It’s not to late to get to INDEX in San Francisco, starting February 20, 2018.

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