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IoT developer helps to get started with IBM Cloud

The possibilities of the IBM Cloud for developers are enormous. Think of smart things in the field of Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), datascience, and so on. In fact, the IBM Cloud contains a complete catalog of services that enable developers to set up creative projects. I even use IoT services in […]

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To all developers: help to prepare for disasters – answer the Call for Code

Anyone who has been involved by a natural disaster recognizes the enormous urge to help the people affected. We know from our own experience how powerless you feel when your family or friends are in an affected area. The consequences of Hurricane Irma in Florida and the impact of Katrina in New Orleans were enough […]

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One digital twin counts for the pair

The possibilities of the IBM Cloud for developers are enormous. Think of smart things in the field of Internet of Things (IoT), blockchain, artificial intelligence (AI), datascience, and so on. In fact, the IBM Cloud contains a complete catalog of services that enable developers to set up creative projects. I even use IoT services in […]

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Hack Belgium: my contribution to tech, talent and social benefit

The value of hackathons is not to be underestimated. The vibe is on the one hand comparable to my daily work as Senior Consultant and Project Manager at IBM, and at the same time so different. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal, but everything happens at a high pace with a strong focus on the […]

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IBM supports Hack Belgium – will you join us?

During Hack Belgium 1,000 entrepreneurs, developers, students and academics gather together to solve societal challenges with the help of cognitive and cloud technology. By developing new disruptive technologies these innovative entrepreneurs change the way the various fields work, including mobility, healthcare and the job market. It is no easy task, there will be sweat and […]

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Quantum computing for everyone, in particular the director

  IBM expects quantum computing to experience a real breakthrough in 2018 [link to the previous blog], impelled by a combination of rapidly growing processing capacity (to 50 qubits), new applications and new problem areas. This offers opportunities galore for companies and their managers. With our IBM Q-initiative, which is accessible to everyone, we are […]

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Quantum computing breakthrough. What now?

  Expectations regarding quantum computing are running high. To speed up developments,  IBM is making universal quantum computers available for business, science and other interested parties. Next year the threshold of 50 qubits (quantum bits) will be reached. This level of processing power cannot be simulated on a traditional computer. That means that as of […]

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A Cloud for DevOps

Developers involved in setting up a DevOps environment usually face a variety of challenges. An important phenomenon is that the development and testing environment must match the reality of the acceptance and production domain. In practice, this is not always the case. Applications that have been developed and tested with care ultimately do not seem […]

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