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Machine Learning, Spark, PixieDust, APIs and Postman – watch August 2019 online meetup recordings

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 August 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 👋.

⭐ Flying a drone with Node.Red and Watson (August 7, 2019)

In this online meetup with Marek Sadowski developers learned:

  • How to access Watson AI services on the cloud
  • How to program a drone with Node-Red
  • How to conduct a search mission

Watch the recording 📺

⭐ Build, deploy and monitor a Machine Learning model on the cloud (August 14, 2019)

In this hands-on online workshop with Upkar Lidder developers learned how to successfully create, store, and deploy a Machine Learning Model on IBM Cloud using Watson Studio and Watson Machine Learning Services — all within an hour.

Watch the recording 📺

⭐ Let’s explore some data using Spark, PixieDust and more! (August 21, 2019)

In this hands-on online workshop with Upkar Lidder developers learned:

  • Learn about Spark and PixieDust tools and explore a data set
  • Learn what makes data noisy and what to do with this “noise”
  • Build some pretty cool visualizations using PixieDust!
  • At the end of the workshop, you will have an idea on how to write an interesting and intriguing notebook or report, and build a portfolio over time.

Watch the recording 📺

⭐ Build serverless APIs using Postman and Apache OpenWhisk (August 28, 2019)

Application programming interface, or APIs, are essential to any solution or software and need to be tested individually and in integration with other moving pieces. Testing APIs as an activity can be owned by the developers, the QA testers, or both. The QA team generally does not have access to the code. They write scripts and harnesses to test the APIs.

In this hands-on online workshop with Upkar Lidder and Joyce Lin from Postman developers learned how easy it is to use Postman to create test cases and scripts that can be run automatically on APIs created on serverless platforms!

Watch the recording 📺

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