Online Developer Summit Replays: AI & ML, Containers, and Cloud Native

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…More

26 online meetup replays you should watch from December 2020

IBM Developer hosts weekly online developer education meetups covering open source, JavaScript, AI, Data Science, Containers, Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, Serverless, Knative and other technology topics. Check out event replays from December. Follow our Crowdcast channel to be notified when events go live.More

43 online meetup replays you should watch from November 2020

IBM Developer hosts weekly online developer education meetups covering open source, JavaScript, AI, Data Science, Containers, Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift, Serverless, Knative and other technology topics. Register and follow our Crowdcast channel to be notified when events go live. In this blog post you will find all online meetup we hosted in November 2020. Many…More

Containers Developer Summit in 10 pictures

On Friday, September 27 IBM Developer SF hosted a 1-day Containers Developer Summit. We started with a hands-on workshop on how to build your first container-based application followed by talks from Alibaba, Kong, Robin.io and IBM. Here are 10 pictures from the summit.More

4-part Webinar Series: Containers, Docker, Kubernetes and Istio

Marek Sadowski and Maya Reyes from the IBM San Francisco City Team hosted a 4-part webinar series on Containers. They covered Containers, Docker, Kubernetes and Istio.  The sessions are short, about 30-minutes. Check out the recordings below. Introduction to Containers Introduction to Docker Introduction to Kubernetes Introduction to Istio Check out our upcoming events on…More

How to Create a Cluster on the IBM Cloud to Run Containerized Applications

If you are planning to run containerized applications on the IBM Cloud, here are the steps to upgrade your account and create a cluster: Please register for an IBM Cloud account (it’s free!). You can also login if you have an existing account Once you register, click on Catalog (top right menu) Remove the label:lite filter…More