APIs get social! Social Media Club comes to Mashery

Social media's emphasis on sharing has encouraged developers to create public APIs* so that engineers across the world can create supplemental applications from the API. Our panel will highlight a couple companies which are using APIs to support their customers, extend their brands, and provide all with innovative new products.

Dining with Data: Digesting Food and APIs

I am a self-proclaimed foodie in New York City. My latest discoveries: Littleneck of Brooklyn for amazing oysters, and tasty Ramps used in scrambled eggs for cooking.  Any city that has such diversity, density, and distractions boast a certain excitement for the culinary universe.

Forbes post from Mashery: Oracle Vs. Google And A New Kind of Patent Troll

Our CEO, Oren, penned a guest blog post this week for Forbes.com on "whether it is possible to 'own' the language that is being used."

In it, he states that "An API is a specification of the dialect that computer programs or their components use to exchange data with each other or with the hardware they are running on."

Government for the people: APIs are making government more transparent

We have all had at least one experience that has made us wish we had never gotten a driver’s license, a car or a passport.  That moment when you realized you’d just wasted 3 hours of a perfectly good day waiting in line for a basic government service.  (Mine was waiting 4 hours as a 14 year old during my spring break for a tiny receipt that would allow me to get a passport). 

How to keep hackers happy: Protips for hackathons

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Here at Mashery, we take pride in keeping in touch with the developer community -- through our Developer Program and by our support and attendance to some of the best hackathons held by small and large groups alike.

SXSW 2012: Mashery, API Success and the Haimish Line

"We got more biz dev work done in 4 days than we usually can get done in 4 months." - Happy Mashery Client after SXSW 2012

Announcing Mashery API Packager: Manage Your APIs as Products

The most interesting 2012 trend in enterprise API management? It's that folks outside IT increasingly want in the game. New companies are forming around the idea of APIs as products, fueling the Data-as-a-Service model. Enterprise business development execs are negotiating custom API access for partners. Mobile apps managers want to build custom API access for internal dev teams and outside agencies.

Apps We Like! - Simple.TV

Have you checked out Mashery's latest Apps We Like? Each week we will be posting 4 new applications (Monday through Thursday), featuring some of the greatest apps built on the powerful APIs of Mashery customers. App of the Day: Simple.TV The Simple.TV DVR replaces your existing cable box with a smaller, less power-hungry device.

Tackling IT Consumerization With A SaaS-Based API Management Solution

Go to any tech conference from banking to networking, and you'll no doubt find content on how each conference's focus is affected by mobile technology. This week, we were at the Emerging Technologies for the Enterprise (ETE) Conference, an event focused on new technologies, methodologies and trends that enterprises can leverage. For us, conversations involved how to adapt to a workplace with as many devices as people, navigate the interim and still make a business's internal development efforts more efficient.

Apps We Like! - Weather Bug Via The Samsung Smart Fridge

Have you checked out Mashery's latest Apps We Like? Each week we will be posting 4 new applications (Monday through Thursday), featuring some of the greatest apps built on the powerful APIs of Mashery customers.

App of the Day: Weather Bug

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