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Comcast is one of Fortune’s 2013 top 100 companies. It recently turned 50 years old, with over 125,000 employees spread throughout the world, now including NBCUniversal. Suffice to say, Comcast is...
by Hai Thai, Guest Contributor / December 10, 2013
Two weeks ago, Mashery sent a team focused on expanding APIs in the travel industry to the PhoCusWright Conference down in Florida. It was a great event highlighting the innovation and progress that...
by Sasha Kamenetska / December 05, 2013
John Musser, CEO of API Science and founder of ProgrammableWeb, delivered a presentation at the Business of APIs conference (BAPI) in San Francisco on the progression of API business models and the...
by Mark Loewenstein / December 04, 2013
We have some exciting news to share with you. Mashery, an Intel Company, has acquired the assets of Hacker League LLC.When we founded Mashery back in 2006, we understood that connecting developers to...
by Oren Michels / December 03, 2013
Not to send everyone into a panic – but there are six less days in the holiday shopping season this year. While that might not seem like a lot to the average person, it makes for a big difference in...
by Sara Reiner / November 27, 2013
How Do You Spell API?" is a new monthly blog series where Mashery experts break down complex API-related topics into language we can all understand.
by Lorinda Brandon / November 26, 2013
Peter Coffee, VP and Head of Platform Research at Salesforce.com, took the stage last month at our Business of APIs conference in New York, to share his insights on API best practices. Coffee...
by Mark Loewenstein / November 21, 2013
As companies strive to get the most out of their data, opening up their APIs to hopefully spur innovation among developers is a natural step in the right direction. However, as the API market begins...
by Ashley Waxman / November 19, 2013
This fall, there has been a debate raging in the API world about whether or not companies need an API strategy. Daniel Jacobson kicked things off by arguing that you probably don’t need an API...
by Sasha Kamenetska / November 18, 2013
The Apple iPad is considered one of the most successful product launches in history. By many accounts, Apple knew they could bank on their new, revolutionary device form factor because of the proven...
by Chuck Freedman / November 12, 2013