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Greetings from Seattle, my name is Rex St. John and I am a Developer Evangelist at Mashery, an Intel company. Many people are curious about what Developer Evangelists do so I am writing this article...
by Rex St. John / June 23, 2014
App development competitions, or “hackathons,” have surged in recent years, as they invite software developers to compete for significant cash prizes to create game-changing apps or propel the use of...
by Jay Manciocchi / June 20, 2014
At Gluecon 2014, I introduced the RESTed NARWHL, the API design framework I developed based on best case practices to help development teams cut through the debates permeating the REST community and...
by Rob Zazueta / June 17, 2014
Many people agree that developer outreach is a key component of API program success for anything from mobile enablement to digital distribution – we’ve seen this happen in companies like Edmunds,...
by Oren Michels / April 07, 2014
Companies from across the healthcare ecosystem are increasingly leveraging APIs to facilitate the development of impactful and innovative solutions. From doctors to patients and providers to insurers...
by Mark Loewenstein / March 06, 2014
This blog post originally appeared on the Mashery Developer Blog.
by Cheston Contaoi / January 30, 2014
How Do You Spell API?" is a new monthly blog series where Mashery experts break down complex API-related topics into language we can all understand.
by Lorinda Brandon / November 26, 2013
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...
by Rob Zazueta / October 29, 2013
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...
by Sara Reiner / August 27, 2013
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. ...
by Delyn Simons / May 20, 2013