Consumers today are increasingly using a variety of applications across web, mobile, cars and devices to find information and/or to perform their tasks. In addition, Consumers are also using multiple modes of interactions - including touch and voice - with these applications. To deliver these variety of applications and natural interaction paradigms, companies need to develop API and service platforms that can be used by their internal developers as well as external developers and partners. In order to survive and be competitive, companies need to move quickly to deliver such platforms and features. It's Not the Big that Eat the Small... It's the FAST that Eat the Slow!
Successful platforms, from companies such as eBay, PayPal, Amazon and Intuit, embody attributes such as delightful integration experience, flexibility and extensibility along with implicit developer expectations - security, quality, response time and availability.
This talk will share a recipe for building and delivering platforms that developers love - principles, best practices and approaches - across architecture, organizational and cultural - used in companies such as eBay, PayPal and Intuit.