IBM WolfPack Live Sessions coming to Seattle starting Jan 30


IBM will be offering a series of training sessions around the country including at the IBM building downtown Seattle starting Jan 30th.  See the summary below.  Similar sessions are being held in cities across the U.S. and Canada.  For details and registration visit

IBM WolfPack Live – Seattle

Innovators desire more. They want to build solutions that don’t just solve challenges, they change the world. The IBM WolfPack is the technical innovation team dedicated to making it easy for you to find the right platform, tools, and education so you can change the world.

The WolfPack Live series is your chance for you to work hands-on with our experts, and IBM’s platform and tools to help drive your own innovative solutions forward. Microservices, ML and AI, Blockchain, and IoT sessions are all in the schedule with multiple events and dates to choose from throughout the year. You can choose the schedule that makes the most sense for you. Explore new areas, focus on your immediate need, or simply learn with others about innovative ways to solve your toughest challenges and apply the latest technology to your own projects.

All skill levels are welcome at these hands-on events; you only need to bring a fundamental knowledge of computing, a desire to learn more, and your own laptop for the lab materials.

Upcoming events for Seattle:

Round 1:

  • January 30th – 1PM to 4PM – Cloud Fundamentals and Architecture – Building better solutions in the cloud
  • January 31st – 1PM to 4PM – Building a cognitive assistant using Watson Speech processing and NLP
  • February 1st – 1PM to 4PM– Exploratory analytics with IBM Watson Analytics

Round 2:

  • February 27th – 1PM to 4PM – Cloud Fundamentals and Architecture – Building better solutions in the cloud
  • February 28th – 1PM to 4PM – Building better insights with Watson Personality Insights
  • March 1st – 1PM to 4PM – Hands-on with Docker, Kubernetes, and Helm

Meet your speakers:

Carly Kizorek:

Mark Yingling:



Posted on January 19, 2018, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. There are many more cities than I originally listed.

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