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

APIs Will Usher in a Future of Connected Energy

Smart is the buzzword of this decade. There are smartphones, smartwatches, and even smart TVs… but there’s still a lot of things that aren’t smart. Take energy — why can’t we measure our usage habits, charge home batteries during off-peak times, or produce our own energy to share with neighbors when they need it? Read more

Simple Rules to Make Support Engineering Painless

Support engineering doesn’t often get as much attention as impressive functionality. After all, who wants to be fixing an assortment of minor issues when you could be building cool tools?

With that said, effective support is a crucial element of the software lifecycle, whether we like it or not. Read more

5 Powerful Alternatives to Google Maps API

Google Maps is a favorite for its geolocation services worldwide. Their expansive database of geographical features, small businesses, and street images across the globe are hard to beat — and that’s why the Google Maps API has for years been the go-to choice for developers. Read more

Speaker Interview: Avital Tzubeli, Kaltura

Avital Tzubeli is a Developer Evangelist at Kaltura, where they build Software-as-a-Service video solutions for all sorts of industries. Originally a backend developer, Avital knows exactly what it takes to build a great API. At Kaltura, she focuses on helping external developers, business folk, and the general public make the most out of their products. Read more

Speaker Interview: Tomas Prochazka, Tink

We feature Tomas Prochazka of Tink, a speaker at the upcoming 2018 Platform Summit.

Tomas Prochazka is Head of Product at Tink, a Swedish FinTech company that is democratizing the access to financial data for both retail banks and smaller companies as part of a global open banking movement. Read more