We feature Nathan Brock and Rafal Jachimczyk, speakers at the upcoming 2018 Platform Summit.
The Nordic APIs Platform Summit is renowned for its myriad of speakers from different industries and verticals. In advance of our 2018 offering, we sat down with two speakers from media and broadcasting – Nathan Brock, Principal Software Engineer, and Rafal Jachimczyk, Senior Software Engineer – who both work on the API Management team at the BBC. Read more
Because they power applications used by hundreds, thousands, and even millions of people, security is hugely important when creating APIs. Despite this, perhaps due to their now outdated reputation as niche products “just for techies,” there can be a bit of an air of complacency around API security. Read more
API management solutions are almost dime a dozen in the current space – this is a good thing, as never before have their been more choices for the average API host to integrate into the API. These options are diverse, well-tested, and often enterprise-grade, with even smaller offerings delivering excellent value with relatively low effort and monetary cost. Read more
Too much traffic can be a dangerous thing. To many application developers, this seems like a good problem to have – traffic is exactly what you want for your service, so accordingly, the more the better. The simple truth is, however, that too much of a good thing can be very dangerous – and in the API space, this can have dramatic effects. Read more
Making mobile apps is not the developer driver it used to be. When it comes to monetizing the API space, the trend is towards enterprise hybrid cloud apps and platform agnostic products.
Instead of chasing microsales in app ecosystems controlled by the major players, dev shops and internal teams are building service specific applications that focus on traditional economies scrambling to modernize. Read more