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Open Technology
March 2020
Hello, developers!
I wanted to tell you about two new open source tools released by IBMers—the first will help you more quickly fix problems in your Node.js apps and the other makes auto-labeling easier for developers.

report-toolkit makes it easier for you to consume, sanitize, transform, and analyze Node.js Diagnostic Report. Read more about the report-toolkit, and watch a video of the tool's creator talking about the new tool and  about the work that the Node.js Tooling Group is doing.

The IBM Cloud Annotations Tool is a new automated labeling tool in the Cloud Annotations project that makes it easier for developers to label data without having to manually draw labels on an entire dataset of images.

We hope you try out these new tools and let us know what you think!

Emily Mitchell
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