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Note that we have an external page of featured samples here: https://ibm-bluemix.github.io
https://internal-ibmcloud.ideas.aha.io/ideas/IDEA-I-1787 is kinda related as a catalog of curated demos.
I agree, but would also like to add that .NET Core (at least C# support) should be included in the list since it is also an IBM provided runtime in Bluemix.
I fully agree, it's too complex. Some days ago I already mentioned this. I don't want to become an all-detail specialist in any of these great Bluemix services, because it's simply too much. GIT might be a great tool, but its way too complex and not necessary!
So, why not having a simple to use API available - all the same for any of the provided environments. This could be so easy and would provide a great, great value for the application developers.
Agree! Even the Push Service's documentation and samples are lacking.