This morning I received an email from IBM letting me know that I was named an IBM Champion for Cloud. I’m honored to be part of this group of technology professionals. A huge thank you to those people who nominated me for this designation.
I had the honor of becoming a contributor for the outstanding NotesIn9 Video Podcast produced by David Leedy. In this show, I demonstrate how I built and Amazon Alexa Skill for the IBM Domino based IdeaJam app. If you have any questions, please let me know. I would be more than happy to answer them! ThankContinue reading “Amazon Alexa Meets IBM Domino”
Here’s a sneak peek of the app I will be featuring on an upcoming NotesIn9 screencast: Here’s a sneak peek at the Amazon Alexa demo I’m building for @NotesIn9 that reads data from @ideajam pic.twitter.com/p43WbOQuEr — Bruce Elgort 🐧 (@belgort) February 8, 2017 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
After serving the IBM community for over 9 years, new idea submission, voting and commenting has been turned off on the http://ideajam.net site. The site will remain available in “read only” mode for the foreseeable future. The site collected 4,581 ideas, 12,346 comments and 108,544 votes.
Late on Friday, I received an email from IBM letting me know that I was named an IBM Champion for Cloud. I’m honored to be part of this inaugural group of individuals. A huge thank you to those people who nominated and encouraged me to start using Bluemix.
Here is a very simple example using Python of calling the IBM Watson Language Translation Service. Feel free to use and modify the code as needed. You will need an IBM Bluemix account in order to use the translation service.
Here is a sample Python program that you can use to analyze the tone of text using IBM’s Watson Tone Analysis service on Bluemix. To get started with Bluemix you can sign up at http://bluemix.net. Feel free to use and modify the code as needed.
In this video, I demonstrate how I used IBM Watson’s Tone Analyzer service to analyze an entire Slack channels’ textual content history. The bot allows you to select the channel you want to have analyzed and then presents charts displaying the various tones in the channel. Slack Bot – IBM Watson Tone Analyzer Slack BotContinue reading “Slack Bot – Slack Channel Tone Analysis Using IBM Watson”
Here’s a short video demonstrating how I used the IBM Watson Tone Analyzer service on IBM Bluemix to create a Slack bot that analyzes text you enter. Let me know if you have any questions.