Thank you so much to those Devoxx attendees who stopped by our booth, chatted with our developers, and joined in on our sessions. But the conversation doesn’t have to stop – check out the post-event video interviews, links to the IBM keynote, and sessions below. If you missed the book signing, get the eBook here. See you next year!
Keynote, sessions, demo videos, and developer interviews
Keynote Speaker Interview Rama Akkiraju, Distinguished Engineer, Master Inventor, IBM Watson User Technologies
See the video here.
Interview Robert Dickerson, Advisory Software Engineer- Swift@IBM
Video coming soon!
Get the eBook “Extending Swift Value to the Server” here.
Demo Game On – play with microservices!
With Ozzy Osborne, SW Developer & Stuff (yes, that’s his name!)
See the demo here.
Developer Interview David Taieb, STSM – Master Inventor – IBM Cloud Data Services, Developer Advocacy
Video coming soon!
Demo Marek Sadowsky, Full Stack Developer, demos Raspberry Pi with the cloud
See the demo here.
Check out our Slideshare Clipboard
Missed a session? Want the slides from one you went to?
See the clipboard here.
Hear from our IBM Devoxx Speakers
Getting Started with Hyperledger (Blockchain) in the Cloud with Benjamin Fuentes and Nitesh Thakrar
From Science Fiction to Science Fact: How AI Will Change Our Approach to Building Apps and Leveraging Data
9:00 AM Wednesday, March 22nd
Rama Akkiraju, Distinguished Engineer, Master Inventor, IBM Watson User Technologies
IBM Watson and Cloud Platform
Rama has co-authored 4 book chapters, and over 50 technical papers. She is the recipient of 3 best paper awards in the areas of AI and Operations Research.
We have entered a new period of computing history — a cognitive era. For decades, science fiction visionaries have shared their renditions of intelligent machines and computers that could learn and function as humans. Intelligent machines have moved beyond the lore of science fiction; today, they are a reality thanks to breakthroughs in AI and machine learning. So how will this impact and change the apps that we build and how we leverage new and existing data?
In this interactive session, we’ll explore those questions and:
• Discuss where AI currently is and where the technology is going
• Show how pioneering apps and developers around the world are already using it
• Provide access to sample code and applications which you and your teams can use to understand and explore cognitive computing for yourself
Head to our booth (#101) for the chance to join the IBM Innovation Possible Force. Your assignment? Collect vital information from our sessions and demos. Grab a game card, complete the missions and be entered to win top secret prizes.
Meet TJ Bot! TJ Bot is IBM’s 3D printable and programmable robot that comes to life using Watson services; stop by the booth to check it out and learn more.
Curious about our developer platform, Bluemix? Want to program something awesome using IBM Watson? Our lead Engineers, Developers, and Architects will be around to answer your questions.
Our booth will also host a variety of live demos and interactive experiences related to Mobile, IoT, Cognitive on Java, Node, Swift and more.
THIS JUST IN! Join us at the IBM booth on the evening of Tuesday, March 21st for a book signing with leading IBM Swift Developer, Robert Dickerson.
See below for a full calendar of our sessions and click on the buttons for more details such as speaker information and session abstracts.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
10:30AM, LL 21 C
Developer on the Rise – Part 1: Blurring the line between Developer and Data Scientist with PixieDust
11:30AM, LL 21 C
Developer on the Rise – Part 2: Being serverless and Swift… Is that allowed?
2:00 PM, LL 21 C
Lean and Easy IoT Applications with OSGi and Eclipse Concierge
4:30 PM, Grand Ballroom 220B
Ten Simple Rules for Writing Great Testcases
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