GOTO Nights are a series of community meetups that cover a variety of tech topics by our industry's top creators, builders and thought leaders.
Each event includes an educational and inspirational talk paired with a Q&A and a chance for attendees to network with like-minded developers in a casual environment.
Turning Your Web API Up to ‘11’
Join us for the online meetup “Turning Your Web API Up to ‘11’” with Mike Amundsen. This GOTO night is focused on eleven things you should check into your API repo before you launch in production.
About the event
This presentation will showcase a crucial 11-point checklist to help you create better APIs, teach others to build high-quality web services, and track and trace multiple API teams working in your organization.
During this GOTO night, Mike will take you through the entire checklist, starting from the initial design, all the way through to the deployment of mission-critical APIs for your organizations. More specifically, this meetup covers:
- API Story
- API Vocabulary
- API Diagram (WSD)
- API Description Profile (ALPS)
- API Sketches (API Blueprint)
- API Prototype (Open API)
- API Documentation (ReDocly)
- API Source Code (DARRT)
- API Tests (SRT & Postman)
- API Security Profile
- API Deployment Script.
17:00 | Welcome to this GOTO Night with James Lewis 17:05 | James Lewis will present his subject of the day 17:35 | Live Q&A with James Lewis 17:55 | Thank you for joining us for this GOTO Night
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