My first talk at the London Gophers meetup, prerecorded and then broadcast so I could hang out in the chat while it happened. Fun talk and fun crowd! View Create Delightful SDKs with OpenAPI on Notist.
So happy to be speaking at APItheDocs again this year, a different experience now it's a virtual event but still a great crowd! View Beyond the API Reference on Notist.
I love SDKs and APIs, so it was wonderful to spend some time with a crowd that feels the same way and geek out over my favourite API things. This talk brings together my work over the last few years … Continue reading
Having API descriptions in your workflow is a game-changer, but how do you get from nothing to a functioning spec in the first place? I recently made a very simple spec for a very simple API, and thought it might … Continue reading
Had a lovely chat with the Provonix people about APIs, OpenAPI, low code, and a bunch of other things. Hanging out, solving the problems of the world! If you like an hour of audio, this is for you [https://anchor.fm/api-resilience/episodes/The-evolving-role-of-developer-advocacy-w-Lorna-Jane-Mitchell-Vonage-ehd23u/a-a2qkcpa](https://anchor.fm/api-resilience/episodes/The-evolving-role-of-developer-advocacy-w-Lorna-Jane-Mitchell-Vonage-ehd23u/a-a2qkcpa)
I love OpenAPI and what it lets the API consumers do very easily! A blog post with some examples, on the work blog: https://www.nexmo.com/blog/2020/06/03/openapi-makes-easier-integrations
Using Spectral to style/lint check your OpenAPI specs is great! This post has examples of customising the ruleset, disabling rules, and writing your own custom style checking functions. Continue reading
Fun with top favourite low code solution Zapier, posted to the work blog: