Monthly Archives: May 2013

Roberto Medrano

Spread the Wealth – Developer Communities for your APIs: Part 2: Top Down, or Bottom Up? – Structuring Your Community

In part 1 of this series, we made the case for creating and fostering a developer community, and it boils down to something like this: if you want to enable development with your API, extend your platform, and encourage exponential use of your applications, you’ll need an enthusiastic (and ever-growing) community of developers to help… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

Spread the Wealth – Developer Communities for your APIs: Part 1: Let A Thousand Flowers Bloom: Create Opportunities for Others to Enhance Your Product

Guy Kawasaki, a true evangelist if there ever was one (in fact, when it comes to preaching the gospel of software development, he WAS the first evangelist), liked to talk about the concept of “letting a thousand flowers bloom”. He borrowed the concept from Chairman Mao, and all political ideology aside, the gist is this:… Continue reading →

Roberto Medrano

Faster, More, Better: Secure and Manage Your (API) Business with API Gateway

Let’s say that your business has been successfully transacting business online for a number of years; you deliver great information about your product, people like your product, and customers use your Web site to purchase your product. You’re taking advantage of innovative online marketing strategies and you’re seeing a nice rise traffic, clicks and consumption.… Continue reading →