Posts Tagged: Stockholm

From Zero To Global: APIs at the BBC

It’s easy to think of large organizations and assume there’s one person overseeing all activity relating to, say, APIs or cloud services. In fact, that’s rarely the case. While the stability and financial backing offered by big companies is invaluable, it can also lead to tangled webs. Read more

The Business Caveats of Microservices

In the API space, it’s almost ubiquitous to join the concept of the modern API with the microservice. Advice abounds, with fans claiming microservices architecture to be the best possible application of our coding ethos and our design conceptualization. Unfortunately, in some cases, adopting a microservice architecture may not be an effective business choice. 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

Making Fast APIs: Lessons Learned From 40 Years of SQL

SQL is old — about 40 years old, in fact. In the tech world, where a new framework or language pops up seemingly every day, 40 years feels downright archaic. Why is such an old language relevant to building APIs in 2018? Read more

API Longevity, Devious Drones, and Bourbon: Insights From the 2016 Platform Summit

Over 300 API practitioners. 53 talks. 6 demos. 3 workshops. 3 days. Endless coffee.

Sound familiar? If you’re into APIs and were in Stockholm this week you were probably experiencing the 2016 Platform Summit — the Nordic region’s largest web API event to date. Read more