ET Developer Evangelists: A Look Back…and Forward

ET Developer Advocates: A Look Back...and Forward

We explore how our Developer Evangelists have impacted IBM–and what’s next for the team. Over the years, IBM Emerging Technologies has established a reputation for developing very cool stuff. Part of our mission is to advocate new and emerging technologies for IBM, our customers, and the communities we are a part of. In fact, we’ve been doing just that for […]

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The New Era of Realtime Digital Business

How realtime analytics is disrupting business by driving innovation Realtime analytics. What do we really mean when we say that? It’s surprisingly difficult to answer that question, as it depends in part on the context of the business needs behind who’s asking the question. Having worked with a number of companies who are wrestling with how to employ data not […]

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IBM EmergingTech @Strata Hadoop Singapore

See what we’ll be demo’ing and talking about at the upcoming Strata+Hadoop World event. Get a glimpse of what Emerging Tech is working on. Join us and other IBM teams at the Strata+Hadoop World event in Singapore. In our booth, we’ll have team members talking about Bluemix, BigInsights, and Spark as a Service. We’ll be able to show you how […]

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Taking Voice Technology Beyond Commands

O’Reilly Velocity This week members of IBM’s Emerging Technologies team attended O’Reilly Velocity in New York City.  The Emerging Technologies team had a big presence at the conference, delivering a keynote, a session, as well as having a booth at the conference where we highlighted IBM’s cloud platform called Bluemix. During the conference we highlighted a project the team has […]

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TrueNorth – Next Generation Cognitive Computing

In August, members of the Emerging Technologies team joined with a group of over 60 researchers from academia and government at the Silicon Valley Lab in San Jose California, for an in depth learning experience about IBM’s new neurosynaptic processing chip called TrueNorth. The three week bootcamp was organised by the Almaden Research team headed by IBM Fellow Dharmendra Modha. The purpose […]

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Advanced Analytics & Wimbledon

During the two weeks of The Championships, Wimbledon engages with tennis fans using both traditional and social media.  Their goal: to drive and be part of the conversation that happens around the event.  As part of IBM’s relationship with the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club (AELTC), the Emerging Technology team used technology to provide novel information and statistics […]

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Learning Microservices Architecture with Bluemix and Docker (Part 1)

The Microservices architecture paradigm has become one of the hottest topics in web development, as web service giants such as Netflix and Spotify have adopted the architecture. Service based application design is not a new idea but the rise of Docker and containers in general have been driving factors. For those who are unfamiliar with Containers, the Bluemix docs give one […]

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Protecting static content in Bluemix

Single Sign-On A client developing a prototype application on IBM Bluemix wanted to share their application with just a few developers.  Not a problem I thought, I’ve used the Bluemix SSO service  (Single Sign-on) with both Java and Node apps and it’s easy to use.  The service is simple to create and configure and the documentation and code examples are straightforward. There was a […]

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