We all know APIs need great documentation, but that’s only one piece of a complete content strategy to support your API. You need sample applications, tutorials, blog posts, and other types of content published on a regular basis. And you likely need it from a developer’s perspective, so you can help them learn, trust your company, and hopefully use your API.
In this talk you’ll see.
A developer communicator and accidental marketer. I write and speak about technology, especially APIs, infrastructure, mapping and location. I have an interest in how technology solves problems, impacts business and connects people. I bring developers together, help them find new technologies, share their creativity and help others join their ranks. Previously I wrote for some of the web's most respected publications, including Wired and Webmonkey. I spent three years as the editor of ProgrammableWeb, the journal of the API economy.