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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,...
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...
by Atul Phadnis / September 10, 2014
Sunday afternoon, a team of five Intel Services employees took to the Disrupt SF 2014 Hackathon stage to present a 60-second demo of their product, Shower With Friends, to a panel of judges. The...
by Megan Gebhart / September 08, 2014
“Say no to everything, so you can say yes to the one thing.” ~ Richie NortonWith a product like Hacker League that’s loved and used everyday by developers, hackathon organizers, and just plain...
by Amit Jotwani / August 13, 2014
This post originally appeared on the Strategy Services blog. I had a brief moment of enlightenment at last week’s API Craft conference in Detroit while leading a session I titled “How Do We Help...
by Rob Zazueta / August 05, 2014
This is a guest post from Alex, our fantastic West Coast summer intern. It originally appeared on the Mashery Developers Blog. In late June I had the extraordinary privilege of being invited to...
by Mashery / July 09, 2014
This post is the 1st post in a 2-part series dedicated to the Apple World Wide Developers Conference. Be sure to check the Mashery blog in the coming weeks for the rest of the series.For five days in...
by Atul Phadnis / July 03, 2014
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

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