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IBM Champions in Action: March Content Roundup

By Libby Ingrassia posted Fri April 10, 2020 12:00 AM

Our Champions in Action series has a couple of different kinds of posts. First, we feature specific IBM Champions in an interview, either via video or in print. Second, we gather a round-up of the great content our IBM Champions have created and share it with you.

Working at Home

Reg Harbeck SHAREd (see what I did there?) an article helping folks transition to working remotely.


Ryoga Takao wrote an article that implemented the LINE login function using Node-RED. (In Japanese)

IBM Cloud Pak for Applications

Daisuke Hiraoka has written a series of blogs on modernizing applications using OpenShift.

Mainframe Education

Darren Surch has an article about how to keep learning and improving your mainframe skills in the time of stay-at-home.

API Connect

Miroslav Resetar wrote a blog describing how IBM API Connect can be installed in a single VM. To make it even easier, Miroslav shared a GitHub repository with the code to support installing APIC in the machine and a video how to use this code and setup environment from start to finish.

Machine Learning & AI

Subhasish Sarkar shared an article about regression in machine learning. Prasenjit Pusty also has an article on AI, focused on how it can improve our human connections.


Vedran Vidovic is investigating a custom error message in OAuth API for APIC v5 based on authentication URL call response.

Weather Channel

Koki Miura gave a presentation about the Weather Channel and Watson. (In Japanese)

Data Science

Udo Sachs supported an IBM AI and SVA Data Science workshop.


Charlie Guarino created a video blog about new features in the latest version of RDi.


Alex Walter published several Alex Asks Anything podcasts and blogs around Maximo, including an episode featuring Anamitra Bhattacharryya about IBM Maximo REST APIs.

What are you looking for?

These articles, blogs, podcasts, and presentations are just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what the IBM Champions know and share each month. Tell us what you're most interested in seeing from them so we can share all their great work. You can also follow the @IBMChampions Twitter stream and the #IBMChampion hashtag to see what they're working on and sharing on a daily basis.