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IBM Developer is a platform of resources to help you further your application development!

This meetup group is run by the IBM Developer NYC team and its extended family. It is intended to further expand your application development and DevOps skills through workshops, tech talks, and social engagements.

You can find more resources on the IBM Code platform here:
https://developer.ibm.com/code/

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You can learn more about our team here:
https://developer.ibm.com/code/community/cities/new-york/

See you at one of our events soon!

Cheers,

Pooja, Nigel, and Jenna

Upcoming events (5)

Digital Developer Conference: Hybrid Cloud

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Join IBM and Red Hat developers for a free hybrid cloud conference Register for the Digital Developer Conference: Hybrid Cloud, and start your journey to OpenShift certification. Get ready to build smart and secure applications on hybrid cloud with agility, flexibility, and portability. During the conference you'll learn how to use open source technologies, frameworks, and platforms like Kubernetes, Tekton, and Red Hat® OpenShift® on IBM Cloud® to support your application modernization or cloud migration skills, through sessions on application development and DevOps implementation, plus hands-on labs. 🌻Register here: ibm.biz/devcon-cloud-meetup Benefit from an exclusive offer from Red Hat Grow core knowledge in building and managing containers through hands-on experience with containers, Kubernetes, and OpenShift. Receive a promo code for a discount on a selection of Red Hat courses and exam as part of your registration for the conference. Details on redemption provided after registration. 👩‍💻 Get Industry-recognized skills you can show Earn digital badges that are sharable and industry-recognizable form of achievement. Use them to showcase your hard work, knowledge, and commitment to professional growth. Six badges are available for this conference. Find the date and time that's right for you, September 22, and learn with proven and popular open source technologies backed by a community you can trust. 🌻Register here: ibm.biz/devcon-cloud-meetup

Cloud Developer Tools Series: Intro to OAuth & IBM Cloud App ID

Join IBM Developer for a hands-on IBM Cloud™ App ID workshop. IBM Cloud™ App ID allows you to easily add authentication to web and mobile apps with zero code changes and no redeploy required. With IBM Cloud™ App ID, you no longer have to worry about setting up infrastructure for identity, ensuring geo-availability, and confirming compliance regulations. Instead, enhance your apps with advanced security capabilities, such as multifactor authentication (MFA), single sign-on (SSO) and user-defined password policies. You can also use App ID's scalable user registry to let users manage their own accounts. IBM Cloud™ App ID is Payment Card Industry (PCI), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Service Organization Control (SOC2) compliant. AGENDA : 4:00pm - Check-In & Introductions 4:15pm - IBM Cloud & Dev Setup 4:30pm - App ID Workshop 5:30pm - Q&A Cloud Developer Tools Series: Intro to IBM Cloud CLI Meetup Event https://www.meetup.com/ibmcodenyc/events/272645809 Hello, World! Create REST APIs w API Connect https://www.meetup.com/ibmcodenyc/events/270023749 About the Presenter : Jenna Ritten (@jritten) is a cloud software developer turned developer advocate for IBM Cloud. She works on expanding the reach of open source technologies to Detroit and Austin's developer communities. Her areas of interest include hackathons, design-thinking workshops, NLU/NLP, gamified learning, and Blockchain. Jenna left Detroit to attend Dev Bootcamp San Francisco to learn full-stack web development before joining IBM Austin as part of the Tech Re-Entry program. She is an advocate for non-traditional people in tech, much like herself, and provides support by building and fostering communities for underrepresented people in tech.

NeuVector and IBM on Containers - Introduction to Container Security

Kubernetes is an open-source software for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. In this workshop you will get an introduction to Container Security - from Scanning to Micro-Segmentation. It has been said that Kubernetes is essentially “a data-center within a data-center”. Kubernetes largely abstracts away the complexities of networking between 100's or 1000's of containers and services. Yet, the need to deploy fundamental security principles such as workload segmentation in ephemeral and constantly changing environments may seem daunting or even impossible given today’s automated pipelines and devops practices. 🍕Register on Crowdcast https://www.crowdcast.io/e/introduction-to-containers-security 🎓 What you will learn In this online meetup developers will learn: * What is Kubernetes and Kubernetes fundamentals * How to use Kubernetes to automate deploying, scale and manage container-based applications * Review: Docker vs. Kubernetes * Fundamentals of Kubernetes networking * Approaches to segmenting workloads in Kubernetes * How NeuVector specifically provides automated micro-segmentation enforcement and full-life cycle container security * Resources to help you learn more 🎒 How to get ready for our containers workshop Feel free to bring your laptop to the webinar and we will do all the steps together. In order to participate please install Docker Community Edition on your PC (available for Mac, and for Windows). In order to get ready and take the full advantage of the Containers workshop it is recommended to install the prerequisite software: - Docker for Mac or Windows (and other) machines - just visit the following Docker Community Edition page - https://hub.docker.com/search/?type=edition&offering=community In order to test your Docker installation by writing in the terminal: docker run ubuntu echo Hello World You should be able to see "Hello World" message. That confirms the installation of the Docker - and you are ready for our webinar / workshop! 👩‍💻 Who should attend Developers, cloud developers, DevOps Engineers, full stack developers, 🎓 Speakers * Tracy Walker, NeuVector Solutions Engineer, https://twitter.com/Tracyskywalker * Marek Sadowski, IBM Developer Advocate, https://twitter.com/blumareks Please come with questions, we will answer them during the workshop - see you there! 🍕Register on Crowdcast https://www.crowdcast.io/e/introduction-to-containers-security

Cloud Developer Tools Series: Hello, World! Create REST APIs w API Connect

💫 Join IBM Developer for a hands-on workshop where you will create REST APIs for CRUD operations using IBM API Connect. JavaScript has been a part of the developer landscape since the mid-’90s, but has only begun to be recognized as a server-side platform in the past few years. Netscape may have been the first to experiment with server-side JavaScript, but it wasn’t until Google embedded V8 into a standalone executable (what we now call Node.js) that we saw the potential for running JavaScript code everywhere, not just in a web browser. Recent interest has sparked an explosion of new frameworks for server-side JavaScript; Meteor, Backbone.js, KeystoneJS, and Sails.js come to mind immediately, and more are there for the research-minded. Each builds on top of certain core primitives and targets more or less the same data storage facilities, but each brings its own flavor to the exercise — a particular way of building applications that will seem most obvious, intuitive, and comfortable to developers already familiar with the style that informs the framework. 🎡REGISTRATION : https://www.crowdcast.io/e/dev-tools-apiconnect AGENDA : 5:00pm Check-In & Introductions 5: 15pm IBM Cloud & Dev Setup 5:30pm API Connect Workshop 6:45pm Q&A Cloud Developer Tools Series: - Intro to IBM Cloud CLI Meetup Event https://www.meetup.com/ibmcodenyc/events/272645809 - Intro to OAuth & IBM Cloud App ID https://www.meetup.com/ibmcodenyc/events/272645764 🎧About the Presenter : Jenna Ritten (@jritten) is a cloud software developer turned developer advocate for IBM Cloud. She works on expanding the reach of open source technologies to Detroit and Austin's developer communities. Her areas of interest include hackathons, design-thinking workshops, NLU/NLP, gamified learning, and Blockchain. Jenna left Detroit to attend Dev Bootcamp San Francisco to learn full-stack web development before joining IBM Austin as part of the Tech Re-Entry program. She is an advocate for non-traditional people in tech, much like herself, and provides support by building and fostering communities for underrepresented people in tech. 🎡REGISTRATION : https://www.crowdcast.io/e/dev-tools-apiconnect

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