Thanks to all that attended last week's API strategy webinar "Developer Segmentation for your API" on developer community and market size. (And thanks to our speakers @sramji and @landlessness). We've included the video and slides (and as always, you are free to use under Creative Commons).
Thanks to those that joined us for last week's API how to webinar presentation "Your API is not a website". (and thanks to our speakers @gbrail and @brianpagano). We've included the video and slides are below!
Thanks to all that attended last week's API strategy webinar "Boss, we need an API". (And thanks to our speakers @sramji, @brianpagano, and @landlessness). We've included the video and slides (and as always, you are free to use under Creative Commons).
Thanks to all who attended last week's API Best Practices Webinar #5 "Is your API Naked? API Platform and Operations Considerations" (and thanks to our presenters @gbrail and @landlessness). The video and slides are included!
Our next API webinar, "Is your API Naked? API Technology and Ops Considerations" with @landlessness and @...
There’s been some buzz about ‘social commerce’ this year, with a great WSJ article a couple weeks back: Retailers Embrace Social Commerce. However, there’s not really such a thing as ‘social commerce’. What these companies are doing is executing a ‘distributed commerce’ strategy.To really understand this profound shifft, it's worth watchign Sam Ramji's talk on evolving business models in his Web 2.0 Strategy presentation: Darwin’s Finches, 20th Century Business and APIs. A key point in this talk is how business is migrating from a direct to indirect model.
Sam Ramji gave this talk at GlueCon on delivering APIs globally. Considerations include:
- distribute locally
- serve elastically
- specialize universally
To see what Sam is talking about (and how Black Swans play into it) we've included the slides.