IBM Vice President of Open Technology Todd Moore shares thoughts on the coming banner year for open source, touching on Containers/Kubernetes/OpenShift, AI tie-ins such as Tensorflow, ONNX, and Pytorch, as well as other cloud native technologies such as Kubeflow. Look for the Java programming language to make waves in 2020 as well.

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In this video, Eric Minick with IBM Cloud discusses application modernization and three transformations that are happening at the same time in architecture, infrastructure, and delivery. Click here to find out what's next for application modernization.

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Andrea Crawford explains what DevOps is, the value of DevOps, and how DevOps practices and tools help you move your apps through the entire software delivery pipeline from ideation through production.

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In this video, Steve Martinelli, Engineering Manager @ IBM, walks through the tutorial for Watson's Natural Language Classifier service. Watch him create the service, download a dataset, create a classifier, and attempt to classify a few strings of natural language text.

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-Experience a new cloud offering from IBM
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-Learn to secure your smart, scalable software future
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Bluemix Architect for Global Development Tools Andrew Trice demonstrates how to create a new Node.js starter application, debug it with Visual Studio while it's running in a local Docker container that mirrors the IBM Cloud environment, then deploy to Kubernetes on IBM Cloud.

He does all of this in less than 10 minutes by using the IBM Cloud Developer Tools CLI to streamline the creation through deployment processes.

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A tour of the Developer Experience on IBM Bluemix. During this quick video we will deploy a simple app to Bluemix using the Bluemix Command Line Interface. This app will interact with a database using a web front end.

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IBM Developer Evangelist David Okun walks us through creating a REST API with a MongoDB data store and user authentication out of the box -- in just 5 minutes. Follow along with the tutorial for this video on GitHub at

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