Introducing Open Liberty: Leading app server goes open source: IBM open sourced the essential code of the WebSphere Liberty application server. Liberty is a lightweight application server that supports both the Eclipse MicroProfile and Java EE APIs. It's designed to be modular, making it easy to run only the APIs you need. Liberty starts in seconds, is simple to configure, and only runs what you need for your app, making it an ideal runtime for microservices.
What’s new in Java EE 8?: The much-anticipated release of Java™ EE 8 is here. In this article, take a whistle-stop tour of the main features found in Java EE 8. Highlights include API updates and introductions, and new support for HTTP/2, reactive programming, and JSON.
Building the Blockchain Talent Network: Companies are struggling to find qualified candidates in the fintech industry who can understand and implement blockchain platforms. In this blog post and accompanying video, learn how blockchain presents a great opportunity for technical professionals everywhere.
Build a business network with IBM Blockchain Platform
The correct port number can save the world
Hyperledger Composer: How to build and execute a smart blockchain contract
IBM Code Tech Talk: Making Data Science Simple: Learn how the tools that are part of the Watson Data Platform address the expectations and challenges around data science. We’ll look at the shortage of technical expertise, overly complex and inaccessible analytics tools, and insufficient attention paid to data governance and cataloging.
October 18, 2017
All Things Open: A conference exploring open source, open tech, and the open web.
October 23-24, 2017
Build and train a neural net from scratch in Python: In this live webcast event, Data Scientist Romeo Kienzler shows you how to build a neural network from scratch using Python and how to train it. Then he will introduce some TensorFlow basics to help with the task and finally, he’ll show you how to use Keras together with TensorFlow to build neural networks in a couple of minutes.
October 24, 2017
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