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IBM Developer
July 2020
Hello, Developers!
Hope you are doing well! As the world learns to cope with the #newnormal, we at IBM Developer want to ensure that your desire to build skills does not suffer. In this edition of the Developer Newsletter, you will find a list of Code Patterns, Tutorials, Events and Webcasts to help you stay on top of your game. Before you say “Yet another webinar?”, let me assure you that this curated list of events and webcasts are sure to help you with your continuous learning, while some also allow you to have some fun   

From the internationally acclaimed speakers at the Great International Developer Summit to the deep dive tech at the #BuildSmart#BuildSecure track at IBM Cloud Forum, we have a great line up for you to learn, build skills and immerse yourself in the world of emerging technologies.

We are on the last leg of the 2020 Call for Code Global Challenge. Here’s your chance to build solutions to combat Climate Change and the global pandemic, COVID-19. The winning team gets $200,000 and will receive deployment support. Developers and problem solvers, remember you have until July 31 to submit your open source solutions.

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Stay safe and stay connected!
Malathi Srinivasan - India Community Lead, IBM
IBM Developer
Build an educational self-service chatbot
Create a Watson Assistant-powered chatbot for elementary and high school students that listens to learning requests from students and connects them to learning content resources
Deploy a scalable WordPress implementation on Kubernetes
Harness the full power of Kubernetes and host WordPress from the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service
Join the fight. Form a team. Impact the world.
COVID-19 has revealed limits of the systems we take for granted, compromising our health, our planet, and our survival. Build smart solutions for COVID-19 and climate change in the largest tech-for-good challenge
Build a recommendation engine with Watson Natural Language Understanding
Use Watson Knowledge Studio to create a customized language analysis model for a specific domain
Other items of interest
News: Top developer projects fighting on the front lines of COVID-19
News: Accelerate cloud-native development with IBM Wazi for Red Hat CodeReady Workspaces
#BuildSmart #BuildSecure Developer track at IBM Cloud Forum
July 16-17; Online

Global crises are redefining business and society. The role of the developer has never been more necessary. You have an opportunity at the IBM Cloud Forum 2020 to build skills to address the world’s toughest challenges through the developer-focused track.

Explore how to build smart and build secure with the right tools and services in areas like modernizing apps, integrating AI, or leveraging emerging technologies like Quantum with the world’s largest technical support provider for open source.

Keynote, Tech Talks, Demos, Activations, Games and Quizzes, we have them all, to help you learn, while you have fun!
GIDS Live 2020
As developers work remotely to solve new challenges and build a better future, sharing knowledge and staying connected is more important than ever. IBM is the platinum sponsor at the Great International Developer Summit (GIDS) 2020 which is now virtual. Spread over 6 months, the 2020 digital series features 7 multi-stream conferences, 150+ international speakers, 250+ breakout sessions, 40+ lively workshops.
AI integration with OpenShift: Deploy and consume ready-to-use deep learning microservices on OpenShift
July 29; Online