The Platform Summit will be back in October. An event jam-packed with insightful sessions where we’ll delve deep into API strategy, learn from API thought leaders and enthusiasts, meet industry colleagues and exchange ideas.
We have several exciting events planned and we welcome session proposals!
Why Speak at Nordic APIs’ events?
As a volunteer at one of Nordic APIs conferences 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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