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  • Ensuring equal human rights for vulnerable populations

    Ensuring equal human rights for vulnerable populations

    Konstantinos Sofikitis talks about his experience at the inaugural event, Call for Code Geneva.

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  • Helping people who don’t have the means or the skill set to be empowered to do anything

    Helping people who don’t have the means or the skill set to be empowered to do anything

    Rabia Mahmood talks about his experience at the inaugural event, Call for Code Geneva.

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  • Building back better: A central intelligence hub

    Building back better: A central intelligence hub

    Enid Ibrahimovic talks about his experience at the inaugural event, Call for Code Geneva.

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  • IBM Cloud Hyper Protect Services: Protect your organization from internal AND external threats

    IBM Cloud Hyper Protect Services: Protect your organization from internal AND external threats

    Powered by LinuxONE, IBM Cloud Hyper Protect Services provide a proven, hardware-driven cryptography back end to quickly and efficiently encrypt all of your data.

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  • Call for entries: IBM launches IBM Hyper Protect Accelerator Powered by IBM LinuxONE

    Call for entries: IBM launches IBM Hyper Protect Accelerator Powered by IBM LinuxONE

    Today, IBM announced the IBM Hyper Protect Accelerator Powered by IBM LinuxONE designed to build and scale the next generation of fintech and healthtech companies with solutions engineered to keep...

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  • Improve people’s lives by sharing your knowledge for a good cause

    Improve people’s lives by sharing your knowledge for a good cause

    In this blog post, Julian van Velzen, a physicist from Capgemini, talks about his experience at Call for Code Geneva.

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  • IBM and Red Hat are coming together, and developers are the winners

    IBM and Red Hat are coming together, and developers are the winners

    In case you have not seen, IBM and Red Hat have announced the intent to come together to be the pre-eminent contributor to and provider of open source software.

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  • Microsurvival Part 2: Divide and containerize

    Microsurvival Part 2: Divide and containerize

    Appy, a young application trying to grow, gets further lessons in isolation, namespaces, and control groups that can help him and his parents as he ventures out into the world.

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  • Why machine learning is primarily written in Python

    Why machine learning is primarily written in Python

    This beginner's blog looks at why machine learning is primarily written in Python.

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  • Inaugural UN Human Rights and IBM event yields Call for Code Starter Kits for disaster response

    Inaugural UN Human Rights and IBM event yields Call for Code Starter Kits for disaster response

    In a first-of-a-kind event, we held a hackathon that was hosted by the UN Human Rights Office at Call for Code Geneva. Read what happens when some of the world's most talented developers, business...

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  • Connecting my hometown for the future: Project Owl completes successful Houston pilot

    Connecting my hometown for the future: Project Owl completes successful Houston pilot

    Project Owl's Co-Founder reports back with an update on the team's second successful launch in Houston, Texas.

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  • Join the global virtual hackathon on June 20-21

    Join the global virtual hackathon on June 20-21

    Join us on June 20-21 for a worldwide event: a global virtual hackathon. Kickstart your Call for Code submissions with this event and meet potential teammates in the process.

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  • PowHERful 2019 Austin Enrichment Conference recap

    PowHERful 2019 Austin Enrichment Conference recap

    Learn more about the PowHERful 2019 Austin Enrichment Conference. The Enrichment conferences are a mix of lectures, panels, networking, and a technical workshop, giving young women a hands-on...

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  • Meet the Mother of Drones: An interview with Karen Risa Robbins

    Meet the Mother of Drones: An interview with Karen Risa Robbins

    In this blog post, meet the Mother of Drones who helped launch the rise and popularity of drone technology in the U.S.

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  • Microsurvival, part 1: The new Jenga

    Microsurvival, part 1: The new Jenga

    Dev works in a different environment than Ops, and they're used to following their own processes to achieve their own goals. And of course, neither of them want you to have to call you back home...

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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