Developers

4 reasons you’ll love the new IBM Maximo Developer Center

Written by Karen Lewis | April 30, 2018 | Blog

Attention all Maximo Asset Management developers and business partners How do you make a world-leading EAM solution even better? Pump up the ecosystem’s volume, that’s how. IBM is on a mission to engage, inspire, educate and support the IBM® Maximo® app developer community. We’ve been busy talking to partners, clients and IBM technical staff. To ...read more


A tale of two IoT platforms: Enabling faster prototyping of IoT and M2M solutions

Written by Tim Connors | February 7, 2017 | Electronics, Platform

AT&T, a US based multinational communications company is connecting millions of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Partnering with IBM, developers can deliver IoT innovation and insights on a hybrid cloud platform. Taking the next step forward in a long-standing collaboration AT&T and IBM have a long standing relationship which has deepened over the past twenty ...read more


Hacking with a purpose: Safer communities through mobile tech: A recipe for developers

Written by Lynne Slowey | November 10, 2016 | Conferences

The potential to revolutionize the use of IoT for social good has never been better. Social innovation is about the greater good—using IoT to help build healthier, safer, and smarter cities for those in need of greater access to critical services and improved living conditions. This wave of technology is already providing monumental support for ...read more


Bluemix to Blueshop: girls that code

Written by Lynne Slowey | November 9, 2016 | Conferences

At the Watson Developer Conference we were introduced to Michelle Liang, Karen Supandi, and Madison Gong, alumni from the Girls That Code course. They introduced us to the programme, and the incredible site they created in just two weeks, after five weeks of training on the IBM Silicon Valley Girls Who Code programme. The GWC ...read more


How developers will build the cognitive world with Watson – Dev Con 2016

Written by Scott Stockwell | November 9, 2016 | Conferences

San Francisco’s Innovation Hangar next door to the Palace of Fine Arts, opened it’s doors to a host of developers interested to find out about the power of Watson. As the line up wound its way into the registration booths, welcoming espresso and red bull shots perked the crowd up. After a speedy breakfast the ...read more


Can bots have intelligent conversations?

Written by Scott Stockwell | November 8, 2016 | Conferences

The afternoon session of the Watson Developer Conference saw a spotlight featuring Chris Messina, Developer Experience Lead at Uber, Matt Makai, Developer Evangelist at Twilio, Amir Shevat, Director of Developer Relations, Slack. The group came together to talk all things ‘bot’. The panel was hosted by Beerud Sheth, Co-Founder and CEO of Gupshup. The expert ...read more


Why being modular with AI is important

Written by Scott Stockwell | November 8, 2016 | Conferences

Francesco D’Orazio, VP of Product, Pulsar took the stage. Pulsar is a next generation audience insight company. They’re looking both at people who are talking – and intrestingly, also those who aren’t talking. Pulsar started out working with the familiar favourites Facebook and Twitter. But they now go beyond that and look at Mintel, TGI, ...read more


Turning visual recognition into video recognition

Written by Scott Stockwell | November 8, 2016 | Conferences

Ryan VanAlstine, CTO, BlueChasm and Robert Rios, Software Developer, BlueChasm welcomed the audience. Who’re BlueChasm? They’re a team of Austin developers that build platforms and API’s that integrate to existing infrastructure.In the example at the Watson Developers Conference, they were demonstrating how Watson can identify what’s in video footage. Ryan VanAlstine and Robert Rios from ...read more


Full marks for The Developer’s Guide to the IoT

Written by Karen Lewis | September 5, 2016 | Blog

As the very first commercial curriculum partner for Coursera (the world largest MOOC), IBM Watson IoT needed to adhere to the same rigorous university standards for delivering challenging and instructional education content for IoT application developers. “The hands-on labs and exercises inspired me to try out other examples / ideas to further extend my IoT ...read more


Discover new Watson IoT Platform recipes

Written by Karen Lewis | September 5, 2016 | Blog

Check out these new recipes for Watson IoT Platform. No matter what your interests are, there is bound to be a recipe to spark your interest. After you try them out, let us know how you used the recipes in the comments fields below. Recipe: Using Node-RED on Docker with weather APIs Recipe: Trying out ...read more


Use Watson IoT Platform and Node-RED to bring a dinosaur to life

Written by Karen Lewis | August 31, 2016 | Video

Get your dinosaur to roar The IoT is the convergence of the physical and digital worlds, with data being fed to the cloud from different devices for different purposes. The challenge for many developers lies in getting data from their device to a place that they can analyze and respond to this data. Experts in ...read more


Double Queen’s Birthday Honours for Raspberry Pi

Written by Scott Stockwell | June 16, 2016 | Blog

Sunday 11 June was Queen Elizabeth II’s official 90th birthday. In her Birthday Honours List she awarded Raspberry Pi ‘s inventor Dr. Eben Upton a CBE. Her ‘real’ birthday was in April, when it become Britain’s best-selling computer – a double celebration. Don’t Rain on a British Parade Why do Royals have two birthdays? The ...read more