How Open is Your API Future?

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A look at the current stage of APIs in the context of their past. From Salesforce and eBay in the early days to map mashup hysteria to Twitter's perceived change of heart. There are more APIs than …

A look at the current stage of APIs in the context of their past. From Salesforce and eBay in the early days to map mashup hysteria to Twitter's perceived change of heart. There are more APIs than ever now, but the approach is fundamentally different than periods in the past. What does this mean for developers, providers and integrators?

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  • 1. How Open is Your API Future? Adam DuVander – @adamd Developer Communications Director,
  • 2. APIs Provide a Blank Canvas Flickr user sookie
  • 3. APIs Are Building Blocks Josh Wedin
  • 4. Artists and Architects N StjernaJeremy King
  • 5. The Age of Scribes
  • 6. Printing Press Paul Anderson
  • 7. Felipe Venâncio
  • 8. Ray Devlin
  • 9. 33 Dead Google APIs programmableweb.com
  • 10. Should I have an API?
  • 11. Should I open my API?
  • 12. Dec 2010 Jan 2011 Feb2011
  • 13. Jul 2011 Sep2011 Jul 2012
  • 14. What is open? Free Anyone Not Closed
  • 15. Antti T. Nissinen
  • 16. Signs of Open APIs Acknowledged Documented Supported Three Cs: bit.ly/the3Cs
  • 17. How Twilio Got Intuit Flickr user jo-h “Mary”
  • 18. Mary Reads, Signs Up
  • 19. Payroll Verification Flickr user sco Big API Partner no additional work
  • 20. Basic Business Models
  • 21. John Musser, ProgrammableWeb bit.ly/apibizmodels
  • 22. US Fish and Wildlife Bullish
  • 23. “We find that if our customers use any single integration, they are three times as likely to convert to paid.”
  • 24. Connected Things
  • 25. Heather Cowper
  • 26. Flickr user jelm6 Thank You. Let’s Chat: @adamd adam@sendgrid.com