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Bluemix @ Mark III Systems Dev Day in Houston!

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Come join IBM Bluemix for a Dev Day in Houston this July!

Location: Karbach Brewery (Houston)
Date: July 14 (Thursday)
Time: 3-6 pm.

At this event, the mobile team will be showcasing different Bluemix Mobile Services to address your business needs:
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  • Mobile Dashboard – Rapidly create and deploy an iOS or Android App.
  • Mobile Client Access – Quickly secure your backend systems with custom authorization or utilizing social media accounts.
  • Push Notifications – Engage with app users by easily sending push notifications to iOS and Android platforms.
  • Mobile Analytics – Optimize business decisions using real-time analytics for your apps.
  • Watson – Utilize the power of cognitive computing to interact with users on a new dimension and solve complex problems with confidence.
  • Weather – Incorporate weather data in your application to solve real business problems where weather has a significant impact on the outcome.
  • OpenWhisk – Quickly implement your mobile backend with serverless event-driven code
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