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APIs: Opening up Business and Providing Avenues for Growth

NOTE: This is an announcement: Silicon Valley Product Management Association (SVPMA) Event in Santa Clara.
Registration is free with the $99 annual membership covering 12 events.
$30 for non-SVPMA members who register online before the day of the event
$40 for non-SVPMA members who register online or in-person on the day of the event
**Only credit cards accepted if paying at the door


More info:

Laura Merling, VP Ecosystems and Solutions at AT&T

Daniel Jacobson, Director of Engineering - API at Netflix
DeVaris Brown, API Product Manager and Evangelist for Zendesk
Kin Lane, The API Evangelist
Rich Manalang, Developer Advocate at Atlassian

In today’s business world of open source, collaboration and alliances, APIs have become a way to achieve extensibility, collaboration, extend functionality for your product or business and extend revenue opportunities! This diverse panel will explore Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), what they are and how to exploit them for growth.

6:30pm - Registration/networking/refreshments
7:30pm - Presentation
9:00pm - Wrap-up/networking


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  • Cindy F S.

    Here's the tweets from last night - I'll be writing the recap. #SVPMA April #API Panel slidevu #storify

    April 4, 2013

  • Cindy F S.

    This panel discussion led by Delyn Simons, VP, Developer Platform at Mashery, was worth the trip down to Santa Clara! Different perspectives on how APIs are used internally and externally, monitizing, creating the ecosystem, managing versions were discussed by panelists from Netflix, Zendesk, Atlassian and Apagee.

    April 4, 2013

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