Posts By: Kristopher Sandoval

How to Optimize the API Response Package

If there’s anything that has the most “bang for the buck” in the IT world, it’s optimization. Optimization, or the process of simplifying, offloading, or otherwise reducing the processing demand of an entity, can have significant benefits to almost any system, and when done properly, can take even the most monolithic system into the realm of high efficiency and extreme usability. Read more

Insights From the Stack Overflow 2017 Developer Survey

It’s easy to become enveloped in “paradigm-shifting” technical dogma, to the point that API providers overlook personal qualities of the developers that consumer APIs and the end consumers affected by their implementations.

Thankfully, there is an “out”, so to speak, for this kind of behavior. Read more

7 Frameworks To Build A REST API In Go

Go Golang!

We’ve previously talked about Go – it’s a very powerful, efficient, and lean language that powers both enterprise and small group applications. While Go itself is very powerful, as with any language, additional functionality is often desired, or outright required. Read more

What Qualities Make a Great API Product Owner?

The role of a web API product owner is still pretty nebulous, largely due to the fact that it’s a relatively new position. That’s interesting, because anyone keen on API business development knows just how valuable such a position is. A great API product owner can be hugely beneficial, and can leverage the product’s strengths to greater heights. Read more

Exploring The gRPC Framework for Building Microservices

There are very few names as ubiquitous as Google. While Google is best known for its search engine and for its suite of productivity applications, some of its most powerful work is in the functional aspects of the world wide web and the protocols that drive it. Read more