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This post, part of a guest blog series on platform success strategies, originally appeared on Programmableweb.com. Communicating the value of your API is a simple, but often missed, step that can...
by Chuck Freedman / April 30, 2013
When it comes to APIs, credibility with developers is critical, whether you are trying to hire them, attract them to your developer network, or get them to build integrations and apps using your API...
by Delyn Simons / April 26, 2013
With the baseball season now in full swing, the NBA playoffs underway and the Stanley Cup playoffs right around the corner, it is an exciting time for sports.  And for sports APIs.  In the past few...
by Sasha Kamenetska / April 25, 2013
Sports news happens 24-7. Perhaps the Final Four game is taking place and everyone’s checking the score.  Maybe Buster Posey’s stats went up, or Tom Brady just made a touchdown pass.  Fans who like...
by Ashley Waxman / April 23, 2013
Exposing data through APIs is a well-worn topic.  At Mashery, we talk about it literally all the time.  But we usually focus on a company exposing its own data sets through APIs to inspire innovation...
by Sasha Kamenetska / April 18, 2013
Wendy Lea fell in love with the idea of creating, driving and connecting the meaningful conversations between companies and their customers. She found a home doing that as the CEO of Get...
by Sara Reiner / April 16, 2013
We’ve been talking about healthcare a lot here at Mashery, and with good reason.  It is an exciting time in healthcare technology and innovation.   Smartphones are increasingly powerful, and more and...
by Sasha Kamenetska / April 11, 2013
Last weekend, the Undergraduate Student Alliance of Computer Scientists (USACS) at Rutgers hosted its bi-annual hackathon, HackRU a 24-hour student hackathon. Top college talent and new coders came...
by Sara Reiner / April 09, 2013
APIs are accelerating massive industry shifts in Healthcare, Data, Transportation, Financial Services, and Travel.  However, when it comes to a complete sea change, nothing compares to the shifts the...
by Colin McCabe / April 04, 2013
Success in retail equals selling more and more “things”.  For traditional brick and mortar retailers, that means getting people in the doors and keeping them there long enough to make a purchase.  ...
by Sasha Kamenetska / April 02, 2013

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