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Developing OpenWhisk Actions via the new Web Editor

In addition to Cloud Foundry, Docker and Virtual Maschines Bluemix provides a fourth compute option OpenWhisk. OpenWhisk is an event-driven compute platform that executes code in response to events...

Pictures from Bluemix at JAX 2016

This week my colleagues David Barnes, Ryan Baxter, James Thomas, Thomas Bück, Timo Roeseler and I attended JAX in Mainz/Germany which was attended by 2000 people, mostly Java developers. There was ...

How to get started with Machine Learning on Bluemix

There is a lot of talk about artificial intelligence (AI) these days, especially since Google’s AlphaGo beat a Go world champion. Companies like IBM are using this technology already in a number of...

Driving Cars autonomously with IBM Bluemix

At JavaLand we presented how to steer Anki Overdrive cars with IBM Bluemix via speech and gesture recognition. Since the cars send their position data to the cloud we could also demonstrate a simpl...

Measuring Heart Rate with Wireless Earphones and Bluemix

The Dash from Bragi are wireless smart earphones with a lot of sensors in them. Below is a quick example how to get data from the heart rate sensor and send it to IBM Bluemix. This functionality co...

Meet Bluemix at JAX 2016

From April 19th until 21st my colleagues David Barnes, Ryan Baxter, James Thomas and I will attend JAX in Mainz/Germany to present IBM Bluemix and to talk with developers. JAX is a developer confer...

My Thoughts on the Next Generation of IBM Domino App Dev

Before I started to work on Bluemix I had worked 15 years in the IBM Collaboration Solutions space, especially on application development. Below are my personal thoughts on how app dev in IBM Domin...

EngageUG Session: How to build Line of Business Applications with Bluemix

Tomorrow I’ll give a session at EngageUG with the title “Live on the Edge of Innovation with IBM Bluemix”. Bluemix is IBM’s innovation platform which supports developers to write new applications a...

Tools for Node.js Developers on Bluemix

Bluemix provides various tools that help Node.js developers to build JavaScript applications. Below is a quick overview of tools that I use regularly. IBM Node.js Tools for Eclipse (beta) With thi...

Developing Offline Capable Mobile Apps with LoopBack

Today I looked briefly into some experimental functionality of the LoopBack framework to develop offline capable mobile apps. I’d like to add this functionality to my sample of the CLEAN stack (Clo...

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