Resources tagged with “Developers”

 
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Do you know what developers hate the most? They don’t hate working for 12 hours a day; they don’t even hate working over weekends. What they really hate is working on non-challenging and monotonous...
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Today's rapid pace of innovation demands new business paradigms. Mashery, an Intel Company, offers an industry-leading API management platform that offers secure and measured access to a company's...
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As the API economy matures, the idea of treating an API as a product has become more commonplace. Even large corporations see the revenue and business potential of their APIs, which means there are...
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Watch Sabre's Chief Commercial Officer, Sean Arena, discuss how with Mashery API Management, the company launched its Sabre Dev Studio to enable hundreds of thousands of developers to reinvent travel...
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If you've been married or have had a baby in the last ten years, chances are that the XO Group, a life stage media company, has touched your life. Gillian Munson, CFO of the New York based company,...
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BAPI is a premier event, held for senior decision-makers and executives from some of the world’s most renowned brands and organizations. As businesses confront the same challenges of ongoing growth...
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Industry luminary and ProgrammableWeb founder John Musser shares his latest thinking on business models and best practices for enterprises to find success in today’s App and API economy with an...
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This post by @chestondev originally appeared on the Mashery Developer Blog. Saturday afternoon, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich (aka “BK”) visited Cal Hacks with his daughters. They came by the Intel...
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Today’s technology marketplace continues to change at a pace that requires constant innovation. Converging technology trends create massive opportunities in the form of evolving business models,...
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This post is part of a two part series written by Atul Phadnis. It originally appeared on the Mashery Developer Blog. Read the first part here. "What time is it?" may never be answered the same way...

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