Resources tagged with “Announcements”

 
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Great API docs get partners quickly building with your API fast. Bad ones mean partner quickly leave your API for dead. Join Mashery for a webinar about how companies from USA TODAY and Klout to ASOS...
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Congrats to Macy's on being names 2011 Mobile Marketer of the Year!  According to Mobile Marketer, Macy's boasts a "360-degree mobile marketing strategy that encompasses many of mobile’s sub-...
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Startup Weekend Princeton's landing page describes a typical Startup Weekend as - "Lots of coding, lots of creativity, tons of junk food and energy drinks, lots of prizes, and a lot of fun - don't...
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We're pleased to announce Radian6 as the newest addition to the list of Mashery customers. "Mashery setup and support was very easy and straightforward. They provided us with all the help and...
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Just a couple of months ago, Edmunds was hosting its own internal hack days  with the intent of creating greater API awareness and empower the developer community to create innovative and useful...
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Here at Mashery, we are all about encouraging and promoting innovation. We're particularly enthusiastic about open APIs, and at the moment, we're excited to congratulate David Mytton for launching...
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Looking to build a nimble, secure platform for extending commerce to all consumer touch points? Mashery recently launched a new service called Mashery Distributed Commerce, which lets merchants...
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This week the New York Times announced "beta620". According to the New York Times it is "a new home for experimental projects from Times developers — and a place for anyone to suggest and collaborate...
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Portland is the place to be this week! You can catch Neil, Uriah and Delyn from Mashery at OSCON, API Hackday Portland, and PDX API Hour -- locations and details below. Hope you join us! First, the...
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The infamous AWS outage of April 2011 is not even a week behind us and already many debate which has disturbed the ripples of the internet waves more, the actual event or the ensuing rhetoric. Before...

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