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October 5, 2017

How I built a TJBot photo booth using Node-RED

As an IBM Developer Advocate, I get to come up with cool demos for events and conferences that showcases the technology IBM Cloud has to offer developers. For a community event, I built a TJBot photo booth, using the famous TJBot to capture photos using a Raspberry Pi camera and send them via Twilio. If you're feeling brave, you can go right to the code on GitHub. Otherwise, read on to discover how I turned this powerful little robot into a photo booth!

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October 3, 2017

Octocat meets TJBot at GitHub Universe

October is Octocat month for GitHub. And, for the second year in a row, IBM has a lounge at the GitHub Universe event. If you are at the event, please come by our lounge, relax, recharge your equipment, and take in a demo or two.

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September 19, 2017

API Connect can become your tool of choice

At this year's API World, I'll be hosting a workshop with my colleague, Marek Sadowski. Some of you will know Marek from his robot-building exercises. Our workshop will focus the power of API Connect bringing together disparate worlds for the benefit of developers.

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September 8, 2017

TJBot goes to London, Twilio SIGNAL style

If you haven't already heard, SIGNAL London, a one–day conference by Twilio, is bringing together leading thinkers

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June 7, 2017

Twilio Signal recap: Now is the most exciting time to be a developer

At Twilio SIGNAL 2017, I hosted a breakout session with Michael Ludden, Director of IBM Watson Labs, titled “Innovation in the Cognitive Era.” With the prevalence of new technology, inspiring all kinds of innovation and disruption, now is the most exciting time to be a developer.

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January 2, 2017

Thanks to Watson, This Cardboard Box Knows if You’re Naughty or Nice

Meet TJBot, a vocal, empathetic cardboard robot that uses Watson Speech to Text, Watson Tone Analyzer, Watson Conversation, and Watson Text To Speech.

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