In this episode, Mike & Matt are joined by Surbhi Rathore, CEO and co-founder of Symbl (symbl.ai), a company offering API-enabled conversational intelligence for developers. Surbhi describes how Symbl's ML-driven services are being embedded into real time user experiences through APIs, the role APIs play in the Symbl's ML pipeline, and techniques Symbl is using to drive developer engagement.
In this episode, Mike and Matt dig beneath the headlines of some of the most popular memes in the API industry. They examine Conway's Law, "Software is eating the world", "Smart endpoints and dumb pipes", and the Bezos Mandate to see where these legendary thoughts came from, what was intended, and what may have been overlooked.
In this episode, Mike & Matt are joined by Fara Ashiru Jituboh, the co-founder, CEO, and CTO of Okra, Africa's API for financial info. Fara shares her experiences and insights on the digital business ecosystem in Nigeria, the importance of developer experience, and Okra's place in helping the African digital economy thrive.
Virginia Liu is SVP of Marketing & Ecosystems at Agora, a provider of real-time engagement solutions whose core products are APIs. Virginia joins Mike & Matt to share Agora's vision and scaling approach, along with best practices around building digital ecosystems and working with developers as customers.
Leslie Wright, API Center for Enablement Manager at Truist Bank, shares her experience launching and leading Truist's C4E. She provides great insights, lessons learned, and best practices on API strategy, API programs, and how to bring lasting change at a large organization through APIs.
Ronnie Mitra and Irakli Nadareishvili, authors of the recently published "Microservices Up and Running" stop by to share the most important lessons from the book, and reflect on their experiences implementing microservices and APIs.
Diebold Nixdorf API Product Manager Bruce Diesel joins Mike and Matt to examine the role that APIs are playing and can play in the complex world of financial services. Bruce relates the power of applying an engineering mindset to the software space, covering topics from digital disruption to the future of ATMs to predictions on the impacts of cryptocurrency.
In this episode, Dr. Jean Yang--founder and CEO of Akita Software--joins Mike and Matt to discuss how APIs can be used to understand, visualize, and manage complex software systems. She gives details on her computer science background, and how that has informed her work in enterprise software engineering.
This episode continues where the last episode left off. David Berlind, Editor-in-Chief of ProgrammableWeb, joins Matt and Mike for a round table of questions as they look at what's ahead in the world of APIs for 2021. In this part 2 of 2, the three of them explore the "post-REST" world of APIs, dig into API discovery, and discuss whether microservices are dead.
In this episode, David Berlind, Editor-in-Chief of ProgrammableWeb, joins Matt and Mike for a round table of questions as they look at what's ahead in the world of APIs for 2021. In this part 1 of 2, the three of them explore API risks, low code/no code and RPA, as well as the convergence of big data and APIs.