Although I published almost a similar blog a while ago to bring facts about IBM Redbooks, I am writing once again to re-iterate those facts, and to ask you for continuous feedback on all the content already published and the content to be released this year. IBM Redbooks continues to deliver sought after technical content, solution examples, and details on how to implement or consume IBM offerings in many areas including Cloud, Cognitive, high-performance computing, Artificial Intelligence, and others.
IBM Redbooks are developed by teams of Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in partnership with architects and developers who own the solution, hence part of the residency involves providing direct feedback to the teams regarding the solution itself, including among other things easy of use and integration to current customer’s environments. Moreover, the residency teams execute another testing cycle checking for any issues and provides direct feedback to the IBM Knowledge Center owners.
IBM Redbooks residency teams combine their knowledge, compound their synergies, and put passion on the technical content delivered in the publications always keeping in mind you the reader, and how you can benefit from the written content.
The following link provides the details of the 5 Things to Know about IBM Redbooks blog:
The blog has been written and published in Spanish: 5 Cosas Que Debes Saber Acerca de IBM Redbooks
Your feedback is very important to continue to improve the quality of IBM Redbooks, demonstrate IBM Redbooks contribute to the success of our customers, and helps IBM generates leads.
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Happy reading and happy computing.