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Use a Solution Starter to kickstart your Call for Code submission
Use a solution starter to kickstart your Call for Code solution. Submissions close July 29, 2019!
Tips from venture capitalists for getting your idea funded
After you figure out the technical parts of your Call for Code solution, what's next? Read these tips from venture capitalists who can help you figure out how to take an application and turn it...
Build cloud-native apps faster for Kubernetes with Kabanero, a new open source project from IBM
Kabanero, Appsody, and Codewind are three open source projects from IBM that developers can use to build cloud-native apps faster for Kubernetes environments.
IBM announces Data Asset eXchange (DAX) to help developers use free and open data and AI
Today, we are excited to announce the launch of the IBM Data Asset eXchange (DAX), an online hub for developers and data scientists to find carefully curated free and open datasets under open data...
Hackathon in Melbourne resulted in innovative response to Australian bushfires
Call for Code hosted a recent hackathon in Melbourne. Read some of the ideas that came out of the hackathon.
Achieve real time analytics, IoT, and fast data to gather meaningful insights
Data is fueling today's digital transformation, but only 15% of organizations get what they need from their data. And 87% of them will reevaluate or adopt a fast data analytics strategy within the...
Celebrating Red Hat, IBM, and our commitment to open source
Rooted in a mutual passion for open technology, IBM and Red Hat are expanding their 20-year partnership to amplify the value of open source and the role developers play in the ecosystem.
OpenAPI-to-GraphQL version 1.0.0 released
We are happy to announce the release of version 1.0.0 of our open-source library OpenAPI-to-GraphQL which allows you to use your existing REST API portfolio to build easy-to-use GraphQL interfaces.
Thank you to our Code for Notre Dame participants
On June 24, the Code for Notre Dame event called upon developers, designers, and entrepreneurs to bring their ideas and solutions to this special hackathon in Paris.
How Node-RED can help you jumpstart your Call for Code submission: See two teams who used it for their solutions
How Node-RED can help you jumpstart your CFC submission - see how two teams at the AngelHack event used it to their advantage.
Zowe is now available on IBM Z Trial!
Zowe, a project of the Open Mainframe Project, is now available on IBM Z Trial at no charge. This trial environment is a fully configured z/OS environment with Zowe preinstalled and set up along...
Effective developer advocacy for highly technical projects
Attendees come to these events to mingle. They want to meet people, talk, exchange opinions ... they want to learn and code, sure, but it’s primarily a social event. Being able to read the...