Join us in Austin for 2-and-a-half-days jam-packed with workshops and keynote sessions. Discover new trends, explore different technologies, meet industry colleagues, and pick up pro tips to bring back to your own projects.
In this LiveCast we’ll feature lightning sessions that explore how banks can secure success in the new open banking realm and what tools are necessary for ultimate reusability.
The webinar is free and no registration is needed!
Time: 7:00 am PST / 10:00 am EST / 16:00 CEST
We have several exciting events planned and we welcome session proposals!
Why Speak at Nordic APIs’ events?
As a volunteer at the Nordic APIs 2020Austin API Summit you’ll get the chance to meet with international thought leaders and experienced API evangelists! The deal is – Work one day and attend as a guest the next!
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curl is exceedingly powerful – unfortunately, much of this power is somewhat hidden in the purposeful non-verbosity and the underlying complexity of its numerous flags, configurations, and options. Once understood, curl boasts a wide range of powerful options. Today, we’re going to cover some of these options and discuss the hidden power behind one of do whatever you want to update
Let’s face it; the current approach to building APIs is busy. We want to deploy everywhere, scale quickly, and automate as much as we can. No doubt, this presents some new challenges. In particular, how are we supposed to build against APIs that are incomplete or unstable? API emulators are an up-and-coming solution to this do whatever you want to update
API consultant Leah Tucker s her ideas on designing APIs with the human experience in mind. A common question I heard at API the Docs in Amsterdam and the Nordic APIs Platform Summit in Stockholm: what makes a developer portal successful? I’m going to attempt to answer it here. And I encourage other sassy experts do whatever you want to update