Posts Tagged: strategy

Hope You Like Jammin’ Too: Understanding JAMstack

As web API aficionados, we’re always on the lookout for new web development styles. And today, we have a new one for you. If you love working with JavaScript, APIs, and Markup to build websites, then JAMstack is probably your new best friend. Read more

Who Invented the API?

What is an API? Who was the first to use one? Did anyone “invent” the API as we know it? These questions are foundational to computer programming and fundamental to the tech industry as a whole. While they are high-level, they certainly have some important legal implications as well, as we’ve seen in recent events. Read more

Tips On Monetizing APIs

APIs are capable of bringing in millions of dollars of revenue. They expand a user-base, offer a wider go-to-market strategy, add new streams of revenue, and can be responsible in increasing product stickiness and user adoption. They can also burn bridges with developers, soak up precious development resources, and if not properly secured, offer threats to application security. Read more

From API Doing to API Thinking In a Major Bank

From API Doing to API Thinking in a Major Bank

In any sizable organization, it’s hard to feel like you can make a difference with just your tech skills. There’s no surprise that software engineer Flavia Sequeira felt exactly that when she joined ING — the multinational banking firm with over 50,000 employees — in 2013. Read more

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Using A Schema-First Design As Your Single Source of Truth

One of the hardest parts of developing a product is the coordination of so many teams and moving parts. Ensuring that everyone is moving in the same direction, towards the same goal, and in a way that is complimentary is the single most important – but also the single hardest – element of any collaborative project. Read more