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  • Frontier technologies to protect the environment and tackle disaster response and resilience

    Frontier technologies to protect the environment and tackle disaster response and resilience

    At the fourth annual Multi-stakeholder Forum on Science, Technology, and Innovation for the Sustainable Development Goals, we talked about how cutting-edge and innovative technologies offer vast...

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  • Options for running Kubernetes locally

    Options for running Kubernetes locally

    Explore different methods to deploy Kubernetes locally to emulate what you would do in a real cloud on your local machine.

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  • Kubernetes, you’ve reignited my passion for microservices!

    Kubernetes, you’ve reignited my passion for microservices!

    In this post, I'll outline some modern application architectures, show the advantages and disadvantages of microservices, and describe some community-driven solutions that tackle those disadvantages.

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  • It’s back: The IBM Developer Drone Drop

    It’s back: The IBM Developer Drone Drop

    It's back! The IBM Developer Drone Drop is here for 2019. We're giving away 1,500 DJI Tello drones, along with the tools you need to program them.

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  • Coping with the stress of a natural disaster

    Coping with the stress of a natural disaster

    Learn how natural disasters exacerbate mental health problems to people with existing issues, cause PTSD in survivors, and burnout among rescue aid workers.

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  • Catch up with the latest Kubernetes details at KubeCon

    Catch up with the latest Kubernetes details at KubeCon

    IBM is a key player in Kubernetes, Istio, and Knative open source projects, and IBM developers are also contributing to several high-profile Special Interest Groups. Learn how developers are...

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  • Hot topics at JAX 2019: serverless, microservices, and cloud-native applications

    Hot topics at JAX 2019: serverless, microservices, and cloud-native applications

    Hot topics at this year's JAX conference were serverless, microservices, and cloud-native applications. There were great talks on cloud technologies such as Kubernetes and Apache Cassandra, and...

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  • Building Call for Code apps with data science

    Building Call for Code apps with data science

    We're wrapping up our Call for Code Technology mini-series with a focus on data science and how it can be incorporated into your submission.

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  • Call for Code 2019: Mitigating disaster risks for vulnerable populations

    Call for Code 2019: Mitigating disaster risks for vulnerable populations

    In honor of this eighth Global Accessibility Awareness Day, it is especially important to remember that part of this year's Call for Code health emphasis is focusing on vulnerable populations that...

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  • How to choose the right code repository solution

    How to choose the right code repository solution

    As a developer, you have so many options when it comes to choosing the right development strategy, methodologies, and frameworks for your next project. When it comes to storing your code, you...

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  • 3 factors for successful open source contributions

    3 factors for successful open source contributions

    I've spent the last 7 years working in open source communities. Here are 3 tips I've learned for a successful open source project.

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  • Live coding event: Using Node-RED and AI to analyze social media

    Live coding event: Using Node-RED and AI to analyze social media

    In this video tutorial, John Walicki will be livestreaming to teach you how to incorporate Node-RED, Twitter, and artificial intelligence into your Call for Code submissions.

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  • Building Call for Code apps around traffic and weather technology

    Building Call for Code apps around traffic and weather technology

    In this fifth installment in our Call For Code Technology mini-series, I talk about leveraging traffic and weather technologies so you can build them into your Call for Code solution.

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  • Learn how to apply AI tech at the Call for Code Workshop at WWDC

    Learn how to apply AI tech at the Call for Code Workshop at WWDC

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  • Call for Code: The Weather Company and you

    Call for Code: The Weather Company and you

    Learn how understanding weather conditions can dramatically reduce the number of people impacted before, during, and after an event.

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  • OASIS Open Projects bridges open source development and open standards development

    OASIS Open Projects bridges open source development and open standards development

    OASIS Open Projects seeks to combine the innovation and agility of open source development with the governance of open standards development to simplify and speed the process of creating de jure...

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  • Connect with IBM at AltConf and WWDC 2019

    Connect with IBM at AltConf and WWDC 2019

    During WWDC and AltConf, IBM invites you to get involved with Call for Code 2019 through a series of workshops, AltConf booth activity, and a Call for Code reception.

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  • How machine learning is different from artificial intelligence

    How machine learning is different from artificial intelligence

    This beginner's blog covers a new developer's perspective around artificial intelligence and machine learning.

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