Season 3 of the Developer Experience Workshops had just kicked off today in Perth. And travelling to Melbourne tomorrow for the meetup tomorrow night and then the workshop after that.
See what is happening at the upcoming workshop here at medium.com.
Here are the upcoming workshop (at the point of publishing this article):
Melbourne – Wednesday 8 Nov 1800 Meetup – (York Butter Factory) – http://bit.ly/2hJgfBk
Melbourne – Thursday 9 Nov 0900 Official Session – (Oracle Office ) – http://bit.ly/2zgifsj
Brisbane – Tuesday 14 Nov 0900 Official Session – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2lUVHtV
Brisbane – Tuesday 14 Nov 1800 Meetup – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2AlQBKr
Wellington – Monday 20 Nov 1800 Meetup – (TBD) – To Be Finalised
Wellington – Tuesday 21 Nov 0900 Official Session – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2AbnXuD
Auckland – Wednesday 22 Nov 1800 Meetup – (TBD) – To Be Finalised
Auckland – Thursday 23 Nov 0900 Official Session – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2hee2k7
Sydney – Wednesday 29 Nov 1500 Official Session – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2hg3pxx
Adelaide – Thursday 30 Nov 1500 Official Session – (Oracle Office) – http://bit.ly/2h6kQg0
APIs are becoming the window to the digital assets of the modern business. Well documented, well governed and easy to use APIs are key to their successful uptake, longevity and associated business success. Yes, I did say well documented. In this instance I am talking about the documentation required to describe the APIs capabilities in a manner that is meaningful for your ultimate audience, the “API Consumers”, however it will also provide the template for the API Developer to develop their code from. In the modern business climate, we probably don’t want to produce War and Peace, we simply want to take a minimum viable approach to our API documentation. But where would I find a capability that will simplify our task as API Designers, capture the design documentation for our APIs, allow us to do some initialise testing to validate the usefulness of our design before any code is cut, and also have the documentation ready for consumption by team members and interested parties using a standards based approach. Where indeed ! Look no further than Apiary.io. Continue reading “Apiary designed APIs tested using Dredd”
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It was a hackathon put on by MLC Life Insurance (#MLCLifeHackathon) and we (as Oracle) were happy to support them as one of their partners. I’ve been to other hackathon events but they were organised differently. So I was curious to see what their objectives were. It would too easy to be cynical. With an open mind, I was happy to be part of their journey.
Continue reading “A New Hackathon Experience”
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Read More Here to read about what happened.