New developer journeys
Build a blockchain network
Get started with blockchain technology by learning how to build a blockchain network using Hyperledger Composer.
Make Java microservices resilient with Istio
Use an Istio service mesh to introduce advanced resiliency and fault tolerance to your applications without changing the code.
Create a decentralized energy network with Hyperledger Composer
Create an energy network of residents, banks, and utility companies in which residents exchange energy for coins with other residents and utilities, and exchange coins for fiat currency with banks.
Upcoming tech talks
Check IBM Code Events for more details on upcoming tech talks:
REPLAY: Create a cognitive retail chatbot
Chatbots are hot! Discover the Cognitive Retail Chatbot, an easily configurable chatbot that demonstrates a natural language shopping experience for customers.
Implement voice controls for a serverless home automation hub
Sep 13, 11 a.m. ET (North America)
Discover the underlying technologies and architecture required to build natural language interfaces to control IoT devices.
Emerging technologies: Hybrid Cloud
Sep 20, 11 a.m. ET (North America)
Extend your-on-premises applications and services to a hybrid cloud and learn how to access data from a system of engagement applications that are hosted offsite on public clouds.
Upcoming developer events
The IBM Code team and our developer advocates take part in events around the world. Find an event near you and join us!
IBM Watson IoT Workshop
August 29 | Bangalore, India
Blockchain 101 Lunch-and-Learn
August 30 | San Francisco, USA, CA
September 6-7 | London, UK
September 6-7 | Cologne, Germany
September 7-8 | Raleigh, NC, USA
September 7-8 | San Francisco, CA, USA
Developer Summit 2017
September 8 | Tokyo, Japan
UT Dallas IoT Conference
September 9 | Dallas, TX, USA
Open Source Summit NA
September 11-14 | Los Angeles, CA, USA
To see all our upcoming events, see the IBM Code Events calendar.
IBM's Cognitive Technologies and Performance team conducted a hands-on TensorFlow programming tutorial to a sold out crowd at the Cognitive Builder Faire in San Francisco on Aug 12. The class was expanded from 30 attendees to more than 50 to accommodate the strong demand. The class included 17 coding exercises, and students learned how to build a TensorFlow program from scratch. The team also demonstrated the use of development tools such as tfdbg and TensorBoard.
Good news! They'll repeat the session at the next Cognitive Builder Faire event, taking place in Seattle on Sep 15-17.