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Platforms have become a driver of new technologies, businesses and economies. Many in our industry focus on companies looking to enable others to create and deploy on existing foundations. And so a...
by Sasha Kamenetska / August 09, 2012
I’m always amazed to hear how fast things happen in the technology industry. It’s true—entire platforms can go from revolution to obsolete seemingly overnight, and we all know of companies that...
by Oren Michels / August 08, 2012
There aren’t many issues left that we can see in terms of black and white. Everything has nuance—there are shades and complexities, levels of acceptance, and so on. Here’s an exception. If you handle...
by Chris Lippi / August 03, 2012
There’s no arguing that the 2012 London Olympics are the most connected games ever. Via television, Web, radio or Twitter, the up-to-the-minute updates are pervasive. A sheer platitude of Olympic...
by David Conner / August 02, 2012
What makes a firm stronger than its competitors? Many things, of course: better products, better distribution, a better brand, more efficient manufacturing, and so on. But in the post-website, apps-...
by Andy Raskin / August 01, 2012
I’ve been blogging recently about how APIs are the New Currency. There are many factors in this equation, but one industry literally illustrates the changes I’m describing: financial services....
by Oren Michels / July 31, 2012
If you are just now planning to build the first version of your API, as a technology leader you may wonder why you should be concerned with application scale at this early date. After all, it’s...
by Guest Contributor / July 30, 2012
We recently announced I/O Wraps and I/O Alfred, two developer tools launched to the open source community last week at OSCON.
by Tiffany Ho / July 23, 2012
Six short years ago I started Mashery from a hotel lobby as an extension of how I thought I would scale my previous startup through these software connectors called APIs. That eventually became a...
by Oren Michels / July 23, 2012