Open APIs Talk at Web 2.0 Expo

John Musser, April 23rd, 2007

Web 2.0 ExpoAt last week’s Web 2.0 Expo I gave a talk entitled “Open APIs: Big Picture and Best Practices”. It was well received and since so many folks have asked for the slides I’ve published them here as a PDF (1.9MB). InfoWorld reporter Jason Snyder was there and if you read his good summary you can pick-up some other details that expand what you see in the slides.

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April 24th, 2007
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Comment by: renaissance chambara | Ged Carroll » Blog Archive » Links for 2007-04-23 [My Web 2.0]

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April 24th, 2007
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Comment by: Mashup Guide :: Mashup tools to look at

[...] In Chapters 9 and 11, I analyze service composition frameworks, tools that make it easier to create mashups, for “design patterns” among mashups. That is, if some tool offers a template, it’s likely that there is a design pattern behind that template. If time allows, I’d like to study at the least the following frameworks. openkapow is one such system. I want to look at the ones highlighted in John Musser’s recent presentation at Web 2.0 Expo. See Open APIs Talk at Web 2.0 Expo and specifically the quote from Digg floats API, phishing mashups to come: “The tool space is going to explode, both for developers and nondevelopers,” Musser said. Of particular note were data mashup tools such as Yahoo Pipes, RSSBus, and Grazr; scraping tools for making structured data from unstructured data, such as Kapow and Dapper; and visual development tools, including JackBe, Teqlo, Bungee, and IBM’s QEDWiki. [...]

January 13th, 2009
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Comment by: How To Make Your Web Service More Developer Friendly

[...] is something we’ve seen here at ProgrammableWeb as an API success factor and something we’ve addressed at conferences [...]

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