Chatbots, AI, Kubernetes, GraphQL, AI for IoT devices and more – online meetup recordings, April 2019

IBM Developer SF team hosts weekly online meetups on various topics. Online events are one of the best ways to scale your Developer Relations program and reach developers anywhere, anytime and for a long time after the event.

The following online meetups we hosted in April 2019 with links to watch the recordings.  I also encourage you to join our meetup so you will always know when our online meetups are scheduled. Our meetups are hosted by the wonderful Lisa Jung 👋.

💡Docker, Kubernetes, Istio and Knative (April 3, 2019)

In this online meetup Baruch Sadogursky from JFrog and Marek Sadowski discuss architecture of a real-world application running of Kubernetes as use-cases. Whether you are a beginner in containers, or an advanced user, you will get a good review on the current trends.

Watch the recording 📺

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Build a mobile app with language translator service without coding

I recorded a 3-part video that shows how to build a mobile application without any code. I’m very passionate about Low Code/No Code platforms. I think there is a resurgence of Low Code/No Code tools. As demand for more applications is only going to grow, Low Code tooling can help technical people (and non-technical) to build applications much faster.

In this 3-part video you will learn:

  1. How to create a Watson Language Translator service on the IBM Cloud
  2. How to create a backend with the Language Translator service using Appery.io API Express
  3. How to build a mobile app using Appery.io App Builder

All three videos together are under 17 minutes – so it’s very quick if you want to give it a try.

If you would like to build this application you will need:

  1. A free IBM Cloud account. Sign up for an account (or sign into an existing account)
  2. Appery.io account. Sign up for a free trial account here

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Let me know if you have any question. I will be publishing more videos like this.

GraphQL, Application Modernization, Serverless, Blockchain and more – March 2019 Online Meetups Recordings

IBM Developer SF team hosts weekly online meetups on various topics. Online events is one of the best ways to scale your Developer Relations program and reach developers anywhere, anytime and for a long time after the event.

The following online meetups we hosted in the month of March with links to watch the recordings.  I also encourage you to join our meetup so you will always know when our online meetups are scheduled. All online meetups are hosted by the wonderful Lisa Jung 👋.

✔️ Serverless Java – Mobile Serverless Backend as a Service (March 6, 2019)

In this online meetup Marek Sadowski taught developers about:

  • Who are the players in the Serverless ecosystem?
  • What are some use cases for Serverless solutions – with MBaaS as one of them
  • Best practices for the Serverless architecture for MBaaS
  • Whether going Serverless is really faster, better, cheaper for developers and organizations
  • Live coding examples using Java and Android

Watch the recording 📺

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Video: Serverless – a new way to build modern applications

Curious about serverless/function-as-a-service/cloud functions technologies, but haven’t had a chance to dig in? Wondering what all the excitement is about? Serverless doesn’t mean no servers. It’s a new way to build modern applications. Watch this video to learn more about this new approach to building modern applications. The video covers:

  • The current state of the serverless ecosystem & major players
  • Recognized ideal use cases for serverless solutions
  • Best practices for serverless architecture
  • Good sources of information to keep abreast of new developments
  • Live coding example

If you want to learn more about this topic, please read this blog post: Serverless – simply an approach to building modern applications?

6-Part Online Meetup Series On How Technology Can Help With Natural Disasters

We are launching a 6-part online meetup series where we will cover technologies and solutions that can greatly help before, during and after a natural disaster. In fact, this webinar series is a part of Call for Code initiative headed by IBM, The Linux Foundation, UN Human Rights, and American Red Cross.

The online meetups are only 30 minutes. If you are up to answering the call and would like to participate in the challenge, the online meetups will cover available resources to help you get started fast and build a solution. Join our online meetups regardless as they fun and educational.

  • Evaluate Person’s Pulse Data with Machine Learning 
    • Wednesday, August 8, 9:30am Pacific Time
    • Register
  • Learn How to Create and Analyze Charts, Graphs, and Maps
    • Thursday, August 9, 9:30am Pacific Time
    • Register
  • Learn How to Add Visual Recognition to an iOS App
    • Wednesday, August 15, 9:30am Pacific Time
    • Register
  • Translate Written Communications to Improve Information Sharing
    • Wednesday, August 22, 9:30am PT
    • Register
  • Build a cellular IoT Asset Tracker with Blockchain
    • Thursday, August 29, 9:30am Pacific Time
    • Register
  • Build Financial Networks with Blockchain to Execute Secure Transactions
    • Wednesday, September 5, 9:30am Pacific Time
    • Register

Video: Build Your First Cloud Function

Last week I showed you how to build your first cloud function using IBM Cloud Functions. I also recorded a 5-minute video that shows how to build your first function and a number of ways to invoke it via a REST API. Check it out below and let me know what you think.

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.

  1. Introduction to Containers
  2. Introduction to Docker
  3. Introduction to Kubernetes
  4. Introduction to Istio

Check out our upcoming events on Blockchain, Machine Learning, Watson AI, Serverless and more.

Introduction to Kubernetes Lunch & Learn – Video Recording

The San Francisco Developer Advocacy team hosted another great Lunch & Learn event. The topic was Kubernetes. The session covered what is Kubernetes, how it works and what are its benefits? The session was lead by Andy Shi and Anthony Amase.  Here is what the session covered and then jump to the session video recording.

  • Problems that need to be solved in the micro-services world and how does K8s solve them?
  • Benefits K8s brings to DevOps
  • Concepts and terminologies in K8s
  • A demo showcasing the features and benefits of K8s on the IBM Cloud platform

Are you in the Bay Area and want to learn about AI, Blockchain, Serverless, Kubernetes, Istio, Chatbots and other technologies – come to our upcoming free developer workshops.

What Is Machine Learning for the Enterprise – Video Recording

The San Francisco team hosted What is Machine Learning for the Enterprise Lunch-and-Learn event. This event was an absolute beginner’s guide to machine learning for the enterprise. Kanishk Priyadarshi, Head of Engineering and Innovation at IBM, covered strategic and design-thinking inspired conversation for beginners to explore and apply machine learning at your enterprise! In case you missed it, you can watch the video below. If you want to learn about Watson AI, Containers, Blockchain, Serverless, APIs and other topics, please check out our upcoming developer workshops.

 

Supercharge Your APIs with OpenAPI: Lunch and Learn – Video Recording

Last week the IBM Developer Advocates team hosted another Lunch-and-Learn event. Erin McKean covered the OpenAPI spec (formerly known as Swagger), what it is, and how using the spec makes it easier to plan, create, test, and share your APIs?
If you missed the event, you can watch the live-streamed version below.  The session covered:
  • What is the OpenAPI spec?
  • How can you create an OpenAPI description for your new or existing API?
  • What can you do with your OpenAPI description—including automated testing, code generation, creating interactive documentation, and more!
  • How you can get involved with the spec and how to share the benefits of OpenAPI with your team

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Looking for more events like this – check out our upcoming events in San Francisco and the South Bay.