Posts Tagged: conference

API Evangelism and API Advocacy: Is There A Difference?

Build it and they will come. That might work for ghosts and baseball fields but, sadly, it’s not true for APIs. There’s nothing worse than spending months developing an API, or any other product for that matter, only to see it flounder after launch. Read more

How to Hold a Killer First Hackathon or Developer Conference or Hackathon

How to Hold a Killer First Hackathon or Developer Conference

Part of what makes modern API development so much more powerful than ever before is the fact that, at the tip of one’s fingers, an entire world of lessons, examples, and fellow developers are within reach. Community and the resultant feedback has made API development and the APIs that are created from this process more extensive, more powerful, and more effective. Read more

What Makes an API Demo Unforgettable?

This is the Age of the API (Application Programming Interface). No matter what type of software you work with, you will likely have to deal with APIs on some level. When a developer visits an API website, you will see plenty of documentation, sample code, use cases, and endorsements that make you feel one click away to start consuming. Read more

4 Cities, 4 Awesome APIs: World Tour Feature

From May 11 to May 15, Nordic APIs is going on a world tour to facilitate the sharing of ideas from experts in the application programming interface (API) sphere. To prep for the tour, we decided to interview one API evangelistic company in each city that we’ll be visiting — Copenhagen, Munich, London, and Seattle — to learn how they are driving the next generation of API technology and the advice they can offer fellow developers. Read more

What Exactly is an API Platform? A Competitive Edge That’s What!

Recent developments in social technologies have placed the consumer at the center of growth strategies, raising the need to rethink the way we define and understand business. Long gone are the days where consumers are considered a passive audience. Instead, they are potential distribution partners, and play a key role in the transformation of value. Read more