Resources tagged with “Developers”

 
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About this video Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of reddit, shares his thoughts on why developers have the most valuable skill of this century and why companies should pay close attention to their needs...
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When you create an API, you’re inviting developers to become your customers. Even if your API is exposed only internally or to high-value partners, or if you’re only working with the business...
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About this video Hear from Delyn Simons, VP of Developer Platform Services at Mashery, about how developers are changing businesses across all industries. Learn how the Developer Outreach Team helps...
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About this video Ryan Sarver is a Director of Platform for Twitter. During this fireside chat, he talks about why the Twitter API is valuable, in helping the company distribute content and extend...
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About this video Chris Jason, Director of APIs at ESPN, explains how to drive growth with API partnerships and how that can impact your business. Jason discusses how to leverage and optimize both...
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About this video Brad Wing, Head of YellowAPI, explains how the Yellow Pages Group transformed its business model by turning the Yellow API into a B2D public platform, engaging a community of...
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About this video Ready to make it faster and easier for developers to interact with your API?  Mashery I/O Docs, the next generation of API documentation and exploration, let developers execute live...
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About this video Neil Mansilla, Director of Developer Platform at Mashery, outlines seven fundamental steps to enacting a robust and streamlined developer outreach program in order to leverage your...
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Ready to make it faster and easier for developers to interact with your API?Mashery I/O Docs, the next generation of API documentation and exploration, let developers execute live API calls directly...
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This past weekend, Hacker News blew up again over the issue of gender bias in tech. Regardless of your views, it's clear there are still a lot more men employed as programmers than women. ...

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