We are proud to announce 3scale’s collaboration with TheFamily, a unique entrepreneurship program in Paris. We will help startups in their API journey, from design to adoption, providing mentorship to help participants run a successful API program.
We hosted a workshop on December 5th, just after APIdays, to kick off our collaboration with some insights about API economy and the API lifecycle. We had about 30 people interested to know more, which resulted in an interesting conversation around API management solutions and monetization of APIs.
The video (in French) should be online pretty soon, and you can already find the slides here on SlideShare.
This was our first time organizing a workshop like this with a French startup program, and we hope to be doing more in the comin…
Learn how to get the most out of your API in 2 hours
We are very happy to announce another crash course on practical API management to be held at the APIdays on December 2nd, 2014 in Paris. This time, we’ve joined forces with SmartBear. The two hour workshop will cover the most important aspects related to an API’s lifecycle and development based on the essential phases of the API lifecycle, focusing specifically on testing, securing and monitoring APIs.
API Crash Course
As part of our collaboration with Startupbootcamp Berlin, the leading global startup accelerator with a focus on Smart Transportation & Energy, we ran an API Crash Course workshop. The slides are available on SlideShare and embedded at the bottom of this post. In the workshop we introduced the various business benefits of APIs, how these could be leveraged as an organization and gave some examples of successful case studies. In the second part of the workshop, we covered the various stages of the API lifecycle and introduced best practices and tools for each stage. We will publish details related to each of the four stages of the API lifecycle in a 4-part blog post. The remainder of this post is the first part of this series.
The API Lifecycle
We see the API lifecycle as made up of four stages, which an API provider would iterate through several times as part of a…