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OpenFaaS on RHOCP 4.x – Part 3

OpenFaaS Asynchronous Functions and Function Chaining on OpenShift for IBM Power ppc64le Introduction In Part 1 and Part 2 , we saw the use of synchronous functions to compute Pi and Euler’s number where the caller process was blocked till the function...

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How Small Businesses can Use Python to Automate Their Way to Success

Today's businesses are now digital-dependent in ways that nobody would have imagined as recently as 20 years ago. But small businesses, in particular, still lag behind their larger peers in terms of exploiting digitization to the greatest possible extent. For proof, look no further than the...

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Modernizing business critical applications with open languages on z/OS - Webinar replays

z/OS is not just for COBOL, PL/I, and Assembler developers – organizations can also draw on open languages like #node.js , #Python , and #Go to write business-critical applications on z/OS to quickly respond to market changes and customer requirements. Did you know you can extend your...

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Monday Replay: “PyData Boston November 2020 Meetup: On Brain-Computer Interfaces and Explainable Workflows using Python”

One of the final few events we got to support last year was PyData Boston’s November meetup, featuring two talks: Explainable Workflows Using Python, Austin Eovito (Data Scientist, IBM) How to Create Brainwave-Sensing Headphones using OpenBCI and Python, Angela Vujic (PhD researcher, MIT...

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Analyze streaming data with Python and Cloud Pak for Data

Imagine you are a developer for an energy company and you would like to continuously ingest and analyze data from thousands of sensors in the field. You would like to compute some statistics for each sensor, such as the rolling average, and then store that data or further analyze it by applying...

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