I want to share five developer articles, tutorial and videos from IBM Developer North America team. These resources offer high-quality developer education so I believe you will find them valuable.
In early February Palantir and IBM announced a partnership: IBM and Palantir Partner to Help Businesses Easily Deploy Powerful and Open AI Applications; Unlock Valuable Data Across Hybrid Cloud Environments.
Most people perhaps are not aware of this: IBM Cloud offers 40 free cloud services. You can register for a completely free plan called Lite (no credit card needed) that will never expire and start building with any of the 40 free services. I think it’s pretty awesome and you get a lot of value…
This video shows how to build a random quotes Twitter bot with Google Sheets, Parabola, and Zapier No-Code tools. The video is based on this How To Build a Twitter Bot With Google Sheets, Parabola, and Zapier No-Code Tools blog post The original video shows how to build a Twitter bot but without random quotes
Someone asked me this question recently: How would you explain what you do to your grandparents? I thought this is a great question. It can also be rephrased as: How would you explain DevRel to your grandparents?
There are many different definitions and explanations of what is no-code. I have shared my opinion on this blog: What is no-code? No Code Conf recap
Last year we hosted close to 270 online meetups with IBM Developer worldwide teams on our Crowdcast channel. A small fact – we hosted our first online meetup on May 17, 2018. One of the main reasons we started hosting online meetups (way before the Covid-19 pandemic) is to offer developer education to communities worldwide…
Last year I published a video on how to create a Twitter using no-code in 10 minutes: A few people asked me if it’s possible to create a similar bot that would post random quotes to Twitter, from a Google Sheets for example.