Thomas Bush

Thomas Bush

Thomas Bush is an enthusiastic freelance writer from the United Kingdom, who loves breaking down tough topics into bite-sized articles. Covering everything from cryptocurrencies to medicine, and now APIs, you can find out more about Thomas on LinkedIn or on his website at http://thomasbush.co.

Posts By: Thomas Bush

Speaker Interview: James Higginbotham, LaunchAny

We feature James Higginbotham of LaunchAny, a speaker at the upcoming 2019 Austin API Summit.

Meet James Higginbotham, API consultant, strategist, and author. With over 20 years of experience in APIs and distributed computing, James has guided scores of enterprises through the design of business-oriented APIs — a topic he covers in depth in his latest book, A Practical Approach to API Design. Read more

5 API Design Trends to Look Out for in 2019

2019 will see the growing popularity of plenty of new and powerful approaches to building great APIs. Between growing amounts of data, a 21st century need-for-speed, and ever-tighter regulations, secure and effective API design is more important than ever — and we find that observing trends can be the best way to identify what’s working for others. Read more

APIOps® Cycles: Open Set of Tools and Methods for Lean API Development

Building an API is like an orchestra: it takes a lot of instruments playing together and in-tune to get the right sound. If just one of those instruments is out of tune — or worse: missing completely — the end result is never quite what you had hoped for. Read more

Build GDPR Compliant APIs with OpenID Connect

GDPR, the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, came into effect in March of 2018. This new regulation sets the privacy and security expectations for handling user data, and applies to every actor evenly tangentially related to the European market. Read more

5 Ideas for Building Faster APIs

Back in 2006, Google discovered that an extra 500 milliseconds of latency could drop traffic by as much as 20%. That was twelve years ago; now web users expect faster responses than ever before, and as an API practitioner, it’s your duty to make that happen! Read more