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Traditionally, the value in a well designed API is found in the ability to easily share your data and functionality with partners and customers in a secure, flexible manner. In organizations...
by Rob Zazueta / November 05, 2013
At Comcast, its CodeBig internal API platform has grown from a dozen to more than 80 APIs, revealing strong adoption and improved data sharing among departments to fuel better product offerings. Join...
by Intel Services / November 01, 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
Here at Mashery, we've seen it all – the good, the not so good, and the spectacular – when it comes to APIs. The question often asked is, what makes those spectacular programs unique and stand above...
by Devon Biondi / October 23, 2013
This post orginally appeared on the Mashery's Strategy Services team blog. When a company is considering launching a new project, a lot of work is done to research the market and determine what...
by Sasha Kamenetska / October 15, 2013
I'm Lorinda Brandon and I'm excited to join Mashery as your Customer Community Director. I'm looking forward to kicking off Mashery's new Customer Community program. At Mashery, we know that our...
by Lorinda Brandon / October 14, 2013
The API space is a moving target. Though there are standards bodies and hundreds of intelligent designers and developers creating fantastic systems following similar practices, true standards in...
by Rob Zazueta / October 11, 2013
Rob Zazueta (Intel Services) discusses the benefits to a RESTful architecture and contrasts it to other approaches.
by Rob Zazueta / October 09, 2013
This post orginally appeared on Mashery's Strategy Services team blog. Recently Daniel Jacobson, the Director of Engineering for the Netflix API, wrote a great article on “Why you don’t need an API...
by Devon Biondi / October 08, 2013