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  • Code and Response Hackathon presented by IBM Developer and Girls Who Code

    Code and Response Hackathon presented by IBM Developer and Girls Who Code

    Girls Who Code are making a difference. Read this post to find out more about this organization and how it ties into Call for Code's mission.

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  • Building chatbots: Be patient and grow your assistant

    Building chatbots: Be patient and grow your assistant

    What's on the outlook for chatbots? And what challenges do you face as developer when building one? We discuss this with Tim Groot, AI developer at e-office.

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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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  • LoopBack earns the ‘Best in API Middleware’ award

    LoopBack earns the ‘Best in API Middleware’ award

    LoopBack was awarded the 2019 API Award for the 'Best in API Middleware' category. Learn more about the award and what made LoopBack stand out.

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  • Explainable AI: How do I trust model predictions?

    Explainable AI: How do I trust model predictions?

    Take a look at the AI Explainability 360 toolkit, a collection of algorithms that can help explain AI and machine learning models and their predictions.

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  • Team CALMH addresses mental health during and after natural disasters

    Team CALMH addresses mental health during and after natural disasters

    A team from Persistent Systems answered the call with their solution to address mental health during and after natural disasters.

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  • Where are my new models for NLP? They’re here!

    Where are my new models for NLP? They’re here!

    Take a look at new MAX models for natural language processing tasks and new pens on CodePen.

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  • A brief history of Kubernetes, OpenShift, and IBM

    A brief history of Kubernetes, OpenShift, and IBM

    Review the history of the enterprise Kubernetes application OpenShift and the intertwined paths with IBM Cloud Kubernetes service.

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  • Modernize and containerize your apps with IBM Cloud Pak for Applications

    Modernize and containerize your apps with IBM Cloud Pak for Applications

    Container-based, cloud-native development shouldn't be so hard. New open source projects from IBMers make it easier to architect, build, and deploy applications.

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  • IBM and Red Hat: The power of choice

    IBM and Red Hat: The power of choice

    Three weeks ago, IBM closed its acquisition of Red Hat. Red Hat will continue to operate independently, while IBM will embark on this journey as Red Hat's most ardent partner, supporter, and...

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  • Adapting your developer relations strategy for data science and AI products

    Adapting your developer relations strategy for data science and AI products

    An interview with Upkar Lidder about how to adapt a strategy to current and future generations of developer-facing AI products.

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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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  • An overview of the Kubernetes Container Runtime Interface (CRI)

    An overview of the Kubernetes Container Runtime Interface (CRI)

    The CRI is an integration point between Kubernetes and Container Runtimes that makes pods (groups of containers) work in Kubernetes clusters. It's cool, it's necessary, and we're working hard to...

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  • IBM and the Linux kernel

    IBM and the Linux kernel

    Learn about IBM's history with the Linux kernel--straight from someone who has been working in the kernel from the beginning.

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  • We’ve been everywhere: Developers all over the world are making a difference

    We’ve been everywhere: Developers all over the world are making a difference

    In the second year of it's five-year initiative, Call for Code and the new Code and Response programs have launched more than 500 events worldwide. We have literally been everywhere! We want to...

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  • Inspiring stories from developers who have answered the Call for Code

    Inspiring stories from developers who have answered the Call for Code

    Call for Code 2019 is almost over. Let's take a look at some of the inspirational developers who participated in hackathons this year.

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  • Let’s talk open source at Open Source Summit 2019

    Let’s talk open source at Open Source Summit 2019

    Open Source Summit 2019 is almost here, and it's going to be a great conference. From our 'coding for coffee' challenge to all the incredibly speakers with open source talks cover the latest...

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  • Congratulations to the Apache OpenWhisk community on its graduation

    Congratulations to the Apache OpenWhisk community on its graduation

    Apache OpenWhisk went from being an Incubating Project to being a Top-Level Project at the Apache Software Foundation. Learn more.

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  • Artificial intelligence for minors by minors

    Artificial intelligence for minors by minors

    Learn how two IBM summer interns created a full-functioning basketball chatbot with IBM Watson.

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  • Developer relations down the stack

    Developer relations down the stack

    An interview with Marek Sadowski, an expert in containers, Kubernetes, and server-side Swift who started out as a full stack developer advocate, robotics startup founder, and entrepreneur.

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