From The Blog

Digital Developer Relations: Past and Future

I work in Developer Relations, or "DevRel", and 2020 was a strange year with travel restrictions that meant that the entire industry did everything online, or digitally. I see this as a very positive progression of the way we work as DevRel professionals, and I understand that might be controversial, but I'd like to back up my position so hear me out (and then let me know what you think!). Continue reading

What's New in OpenAPI 3.1

With OpenAPI 3.1 coming "soon", I gave a talk at APIDays Paris about what to expect. But I'm a great fan of the written word as reference so here's a written recap of what's in the next OpenAPI release.

Top features:
- Compatible with JSON Schema 2020-12
- Webhook support
- Many other minor improvements
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Bystanders Guide to Repository Maintenance

Today's post is about bystanders and open source. We sometimes have anxiety about doing things on "other people's" projects but the thing about open source is that those are not "their" projects, those are "our" projects, and they only exist because people other than their nominated gatekeepers chip in now and then. Continue reading

Talks, Articles, Podcasts, and More

Slides

What to Expect from OpenAPI 3.1


APIDays Paris, December 2020
Slides

Create Delightful Go SDKs from OpenAPI


London Gophers, November 2020
Article

Consistent and Delightful SDKs


Nordic APIs, November 2020
Slides

Beyond the API Reference


APItheDocs, November 2020
Slides

Level Up as an Open Source Contributor


Hacktoberfest, October 2020
Video

Keynote: Playing to Our Strengths


API Specifications Conf, September 2020