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UrbanCode | Introducing UrbanCode Velocity plug-ins - UrbanCode

Skip to main content IBM Developer Sign In | Register dW UrbanCode Products & Soe Deploy UrbanCode Velocity UrbanCode Release UrbanCode Build Plugins Docs...

https://developer.ibm.com/urbancode/2019/09/26/introducing-urbancode-velocity-plug-ins/

IBM PowerHA Cluster Aware AIX tunables – IBM Developer

This article explains IBM PowerHA and Cluster Aware AIX (CAA) tunables, their default values, and the recommended values for the PowerHA cluster environment.

https://developer.ibm.com/articles/au-aix-powerha-caa/

Promises in Node.js: An alternative to callbacks – IBM Developer

Learn about the basics of promises, including what they are, how to create them, and how to use them most effectively.

https://developer.ibm.com/articles/promises-in-nodejs-an-alternative-to-callbacks/

Artificial Intelligence for you! – IBM Developer

Artificial Intelligence for you!

https://developer.ibm.com/events/artificial-intelligence-for-you/

WeWork Melbourne Launch – Scaling for global growth – IBM Developer

WeWork Melbourne Launch - Scaling for global growth

https://developer.ibm.com/events/wework-melbourne-launch-scaling-for-global-growth/

It’s all new: Red Hat, Cloud Pak for Applications, Kabanero and more! – IBM Developer

It's all new: Red Hat, Cloud Pak for Applications, Kabanero and more!

https://developer.ibm.com/events/it-s-all-new-red-hat-cloud-pak-for-applications-kabanero-and-more-4/

Cloud native app development-effortlessly from start to live! – IBM Developer

Cloud native app development-effortlessly from start to live!

https://developer.ibm.com/events/cloud-native-app-development-effortlessly-from-start-to-live/

School of IT UCT – IBM Developer

School of IT UCT

https://developer.ibm.com/events/school-of-it-uct/

Deploy a financial microservice on LinuxONE with a private cloud – IBM Developer

Deploy a financial microservice on LinuxONE with a private cloud

https://developer.ibm.com/events/deploy-a-financial-microservice-on-linuxone-with-a-private-cloud/

PyCon UK 2019 – Cardiff – 09/13/2019 – IBM Developer

PyCon UK 2019 - Cardiff - 09/13/2019

https://developer.ibm.com/events/pycon-uk-2019-cardiff-09-13-2019/

Reactive in practice, Unit 10: Streaming data – IBM Developer

Learn fundamental concepts of streaming data, and understand the deeper levels of engineering within a truly reactive system.

https://developer.ibm.com/tutorials/reactive-in-practice-10/

Reactive in practice, Unit 9: Reactive integration patterns – IBM Developer

Learn the basics of publish-subscribe in Lagom as an alternative to complex point-to-point, database, and shared library integration.

https://developer.ibm.com/tutorials/reactive-in-practice-9/

Programming on quantum computers – IBM Developer

Through this series, you'll learn how to install Qiskit, an open source framework for quantum computing. Once you understand how to program quantum computers using Qiskit, you can focus on the development of quantum algorithms, such as the Bernstein-Vazirani algorithm, play Qpong, build your first quantum circuit, and more.

https://developer.ibm.com/series/programming-on-quantum-computers/

My Mainframe Job video interview series – IBM Developer

Ever wonder about what the various mainframe job roles are? Not sure whom to ask? Well, look no further -- this series of video interviews brings in professionals to tell you all about their mainframe jobs, what brought them to mainframes, what they love about it, and more!

https://developer.ibm.com/series/systems-my-mainframe-job-video-series/

Develop full-stack mobile apps by using mobile backend technologies – IBM Developer

Focus on the mobile frontend programming by taking advantage of mobile backend capabilities.

https://developer.ibm.com/articles/develop-full-stack-mobile-apps-by-using-mobile-backend-technologies/

Best programming languages for mobile app development – IBM Developer

Discover the programming languages, frameworks, or SDKs you can use to create native, cross-platform, or web-based mobile apps.

https://developer.ibm.com/articles/choosing-the-best-programming-language-for-mobile-app-development/

Deciding between native and cross-platform mobile frontend programming frameworks – IBM Developer

Understand the tradeoffs and development considerations for native and cross-platform mobile development frameworks.

https://developer.ibm.com/articles/deciding-between-native-and-cross-platform-mobile-frontend-programming-frameworks/

Containers – Page 3 – IBM Developer

Containers – Page 3 – IBM Developer Quickly build and deploy data science projects with Cloud Pak for Data Learn more Close outline Skip to main...

https://developer.ibm.com/blogs/category/containers/page/3/

Let’s talk open source at Open Source Summit 2019 – IBM Developer

Open Source Summit 2019 is almost here, and it's going to be a great conference. From our 'coding for coffee' challenge to all the incredibly speakers with open source talks cover the latest technology — we're excited to connect with you.

https://developer.ibm.com/blogs/open-source-summit-2019-lets-connect-on-technology/

SP MakerWeek 2019 – IBM Developer

SP MakerWeek 2019

https://developer.ibm.com/events/sp-makerweek-2019/


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