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Five Practical Operability Techniques For Teams
Featuring Matthew Skelton
At this month's Ops Matters event, we're joined by Head of Consulting at Conflux, and Continuous Delivery expert Matthew Skelton! Join in to learn how to improve the operability of software systems using these team-friendly techniques.software-systems cloud schedulers containers devops serverless cloudnative
Pushing Data Science & Analytics onto IBM Cloud Functions
Featuring Robert Gormally
This session will describe the advantages and architectural considerations of using Cloud Functions, IBM’s serverless offering, when designing, implementing, and deploying a scalable data science & analytics project.r python development-considerations architectural-considerations cost-optimization backend-simplicity automated-scalability data-science functions-as-a-service serverless
Everything you need to know about Visual Recognition for IOS
Featuring Yacine Rezgui
Visual Recognition is one of the trendiest technologies currently, but as a software engineer without machine learning background, you might feel frustrated to not use it, as it's learning curve is way too long.mobile watson ibm visual-recognition ios
Analyzing media archives with Artificial Intelligence (workshop)
Featuring Sean Tracey
In this workshop we'll use artificial intelligence APIs (Visual Recognition / Speech to text / Natural Language Understanding) to analyse the content of a large library of rich media files, and build a search engine to help make finding relevant content easier.data apis artificial-intelligence
Java at Scale
Featuring Steve Poole
You've heard how amazing the JVM is. Want to know more? How far can you take Java? Whats the smallest device you can run it on and what’s the largest? What about cloud or clusters or containers or even new types of hardware?containers clusters cloud JVM scalable java
Fantastic Bytecodes & How To Interpret Them
Featuring Ben Evans
In this talk we'll discuss the basic architecture of the JVM and the bytecode set of the interpreter. We'll show the major subsystems, the families of bytecodes and how they operate. All the concepts are explained with simple, colourful graphics and a unique narrative.ocelot JVM architecture bytecodes java