Kristopher Sandoval

Kristopher Sandoval

Kristopher is a web developer and author who writes on security and business. He has been writing articles for Nordic APIs since 2015.

Posts By: Kristopher Sandoval

The Reality of Disruptive Tech

Don’t let trendy terms overrule crucial business decisions

We’ve all seen tech marketers use a trendy phrase to push their offerings. Some of these phrases get muddled in the push to promote and they begin to lose a bit of their impact. Read more

9 Questions for Top-Level API Security Auditing

One of the most important things any API developer can realize is the fact that, as a data handler, they have some of the most important legal and moral requirements towards their data subjects of any technically oriented organization.

The fact that consumers entrust developers with their data at all is predicated upon the idea that this data will be secured, that the API itself will be bolstered against attacks, and that the API provider is doing everything within their power to continually secure themselves against potential threats. Read more

8 Frameworks to Build A Web API In Scala

Scala is a powerful language that has quickly become a favorite among many developers. A language, however, is just a starting point — not every function is going to be covered by the language core. Accordingly, some awesome frameworks have been created to make Scala just that much better. Read more

The Role of APIs In Blockchain

What is the Blockchain?

To understand the role of APIs in the blockchain, we must first discuss what a blockchain actually is. In its most simple form, the blockchain is a digitally generated, immutable record of transactions. Typically, it functions across a wide number of nodes in a chain, with the record only being updated upon the consensus of multiple modes within the chain. Read more

Federated Data With HyperGraphQL

Is HyperGraphQL the linked data extension for GraphQL we’ve been waiting for?

Data, in many ways, is the driving force behind much of what the information technology industry does to innovate. Each choice is informed largely by one’s ability to find data, secure that data, and then form relationships within a web of unconnected points. Read more