Discovering and managing API risks with Baljeet Malhotra: APIs Unplugged

This episode of APIs Unplugged features special guest Baljeet Malhotra, Managing Director of Teejlab. Baljeet started Teejlab to help companies discover APIs they may want to consume, and even discover APIs they are already unknowingly using. Teejlab’s API tooling and API directory help organizations manage the risks associated with the APIs they are considering or consuming. Based in Vancouver, Baljeet is a computer scientist with 15+ years of research and innovation experience working with various public and private sector organizations and customers like SAP,

Improving the developer experience with API discoverability

This is the first article in a two-part series focused on API documentation and discoverability

The API developer experience

APIs are no longer treated as solely an integration technology but are also viewed as software products that can empower an organization with modern digital business channels and additional revenue opportunities. The most forward-looking and savvy development teams are building reusable APIs that can increase the development speed across an entire organization,

5 Things You Need to Know About Crowd

crowd release

Over the past few months, I have been working with our Product and Engineering team on Crowd, the latest release of Anypoint Platform. The Crowd release consists of updates to Anypoint Exchange as well as the new Anypoint Designer Center in Anypoint Platform.

APIs to get you through Christmas

December 21 2012

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Here at APIhub, we are getting ready for the holidays, and we thought we would share some APIs you may find useful as you go into your own holiday celebration.

1. Gifts: Here are some places to find great gift ideas.  And if you hadn’t already thought about buying gifts this holiday season, we threw in another API that we think will be helpful.

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Introducing APIhub

December 11 2012

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It’s no secret that we are in exciting times where we’re witnessing an incredibly rapid proliferation of APIs and with this has come great challenges. There is no standard place for discovering APIs, nor is there a trusted partner for API publishers – there are many little players trying to solve small problems in silos and this is leading to more and more dis-aggregation of the API landscape.