Posts Tagged: Austin API Summit

Is OAuth Enough for Financial-Grade API Security?

“If you think about where OAuth started, it was really about securing comments on blog posts and now we’re talking about enterprises, so it’s a whole different class of security.”

This is how Travis Spencer, CEO at the identity company Curity, opened his talk at our 2019 Austin API Summit, and it’s an astute summary of the way many products (particularly in the tech scene) are tweaked or re-engineered beyond their original purpose. Read more

Recipes for API Ninjas

A global company shares its ingredients for a holistic API

When businesses decide that they want to become an “API-first company,” the first big step is to create an “API-first strategy.” That involves big discussions around the architectural and technical aspects of building a scalable, reliable, and lightweight API. Read more

How to Use Mock Servers for Agile Development

One of the biggest challenges in agile development is enabling dependent teams to work independently. For instance, how do you keep your quality assurance teams busy while the backend is still being built?

Joyce Lin, a Developer Advocate at Postman, says that mock servers can help. Read more

Speaker Interview: Tina Huang, Transposit

Meet Tina Huang: she’s the co-founder and CTO of Transposit, an API composition platform that makes it easy to build and deploy API-dependent applications. Having worked at tech giants Apple, Google, and Twitter, Tina has always been passionate about developer experience. Read more