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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.

Learn more here: https://www.ibm.com/watson/services/natural-language-classifier/

In this episode ...
-Try your hand at cloud native programming
-Three really smart people say how to migrate to cloud native
-Experience a new cloud offering from IBM
-Discover the real science in Star Wars
-Learn to secure your smart, scalable software future
-Explore answers to common programming questions with an entertaining twist
Start your bot building right
Join a girl who codes in her life
Marek demos how IoT and AI bashes out smarter bots
See what's coming in live coding events
SHOW NOTES here - http://ibm.biz/ondw101

Learn how the IBM Cloud App Service eliminates the need to manually edit config files and allows you to quickly create new cloud native apps. To learn more, visit http://bit.ly/2xP4CBG or contact Andrew Trice (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).

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.

Learn more about this topic at https://www.ibm.com/blogs/bluemix/2017/09/deploying-kubernetes-ibm-cloud-ibm-cloud-developer-tools-cli/

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.

This video is the a follow on to: A Tour of Bluemix 2017 - https://youtu.be/gq5MvY1nNOM

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 http://github.com/StrongLoop-Evangeli...

When you're ready to add broader API management capabilities for your API's, you'll be happy to know that Loopback helps power IBM API Connect. With Loopback and API Connect, you can get productive fast and scale when you need it, giving you complete control of your server-side API experience.

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