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  • 1.  IBM Watson IoT Online Academy

    Community Leadership
    Posted Tue May 28, 2019 07:28 PM
    Explore the IBM Watson IoT online academy - this is a great place to get free online training. From the fundamentals of IoT to in-depth courses on the Watson IoT offerings, portfolio knowledge boosters and more. The Internet of Things becomes the Internet that thinks with Watson IoT. So get started, sign up and start earning your first Watson IoT badge:

    Sarah-Jane Cogley
    Program Manager

  • 2.  RE: IBM Watson IoT Online Academy

    Posted Thu June 06, 2019 11:29 AM
    Thanks, @Sarah-Jane Cogley, for sharing the #iot-academy. IoT Academy has many Badges of almost all levels that IBM provides. Enthusiasts eager to learn the IBM way of #Internet of Things and dig deep into the IBM's Watson Suite of Technologies must definitely browse through the varied Badges issued here. This is a Goldmine for earning Badges and elevate one's credentials along with gaining insightful knowledge by evaluating oneself at every step along the journey to become specialist and experienced in using IBM Watson technologies. I congratulate all the contributors for their efforts and hope that #iot-academy becomes a success among IoT Communities similar to the #SecurityLearningAcademy for Security Communities and #cognitiveclass for Artificial Intelligence, Data Science and Machine Learning Communities.

    DCE Tapan Jatakia
    Student & Cyber Practitioner
    DIT University
    Dehradun, Uttarakhand,
    INDIA - 248001.
    +91 9664332984

  • 3.  RE: IBM Watson IoT Online Academy

    Posted Fri June 07, 2019 04:36 AM
    Than you for sharing, @Sarah-Jane Cogley.
    This is a very interesting site​.

    Jochen Meixner
    Principal Consultant Storage & Backup Solutions
    ACT Gruppe
    Duesseldorf, Germany

  • 4.  RE: IBM Watson IoT Online Academy

    Posted Wed November 27, 2019 10:17 PM
    Thanks for the info & link. I'm going to go earn my first Watson badge! I've been curious about what Watson can do for far too long now...

    Benjamin Ogden