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Every large enterprise periodically accumulates what we call "tech debt". It happens even in very well-run companies, those that have built-in processes designed to adapt quickly to capitalize on...
by Roque Versace / March 19, 2013
This guest post, written by Andy Thurai, originally appeared on Programmableweb. Andy is the Chief Architect & Group CTO for the Intel unit responsible for Cloud/ Application security, API, Big...
by Guest Contributor / March 13, 2013
See how Mashery's API Management Platform empowers you to manage the three essential elements of a successful API:  your partners, your APIs as products, and traffic.  This video features partner...
by Sara Reiner / March 12, 2013
SXSW has traditionally been a stronghold for lifestyle technology.  Until recently, the Interactive crowd went as far as shunning the mere notion that enterprise business process or even mere...
by David Conner / March 09, 2013
APIs are becoming crucial to healthcare innovation as they allow for the fast and organized exchange of information.  As apps have started to benefit doctors and patients alike, technology and APIs...
by Sara Reiner / March 05, 2013
Mashery’s own Delyn Simons, VP of Developer Outreach, and John Oberon, VP of Engineering, were featured in a New York Times article titled “Where Apps Meet Work, Secret Data Is at Risk.” The article...
by Julie Gibbs / March 04, 2013
London Web Summit put on a Hackathon this past Saturday, alongside Mashery's Developer Outreach Team, led by Amit Jotwani. It was my first full day at a hackathon and it was an eye-opener for me....
by Roque Versace / March 04, 2013
Several lucky Masherites, including me, got to spend last Thursday and Friday at the API Strategy & Practice Conference in New York City.  Overall, the event was a great testament to how...
by Sasha Kamenetska / February 28, 2013
APIs are so vital for business companies like TechCrunch are beginning to treat them as products in their own right. This approach allows such companies to maximize platform reach, profits and...
by Sara Reiner / February 26, 2013
For those of us who live in cities, transportation networks are vital to our day-to-day activities.  Since I don’t have a car, I am wholly reliant on New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation...
by Sasha Kamenetska / February 21, 2013

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