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Mashery sponsored and presented at the TechCrunch Disrupt SF hackathon held two days before the main conference. Over 500 developers converged on the San Francisco Design Center Concourse for 24...
by Neil Mansilla / September 16, 2011
This past weekend, I had the opportunity to attend Hackday.tv in NYC - a 24-hour hackathon showcasing innovation and creativity in the world of video. The experience was truly amazing. Some great...
by Amit Jotwani / September 15, 2011
Here at Mashery, we are all about encouraging and promoting innovation. We're particularly enthusiastic about open APIs, and at the moment, we're excited to congratulate David Mytton for launching...
by Tiffany Ho / September 09, 2011
The Refrigerator Slide
by Mashery / September 09, 2011
Looking to build a nimble, secure platform for extending commerce to all consumer touch points? Mashery recently launched a new service called Mashery Distributed Commerce, which lets merchants...
by Andy Raskin / September 07, 2011
Now that the buzz of eTail 2011 in Boston is starting to calm down, retailers are faced with the very real question of how to make many of the ideas discussed at the conference a reality. Many...
by Greg Meany / August 20, 2011
Citi ThankYou Rewards recently launched a mobile application that enables users to buy Best Buy products in-store by using their rewards points.As customers shop in a Best Buy retail store, they can...
by Gabriel Kim / August 19, 2011
When Kirsten, Clay, Scott and I started Mashery over five years ago, there was no such thing as a service for API management. Defining the initial product was easy, because we craved API management...
by Oren Michels / August 11, 2011
This week the New York Times announced "beta620". According to the New York Times it is "a new home for experimental projects from Times developers — and a place for anyone to suggest and collaborate...
by Mashery / August 11, 2011
The technology community and cloud enthusiasts were reminded over the weekend—once again—that you need to architect your technology for fail if you’re going to use a cloud hosting provider like...
by Chris Lippi / August 09, 2011

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