• API's in an era of Digital Disruption: Paul Connor & 2 Minute API's: Ilay Sener

    Agenda:[masked]:30 - Networking, Pizza & Drinks 6:30 - API's in an era of Digital Disruption with Paul Connor from TIBCO Mashery 7:00 - 2 minute API’s!!! - [Code Free API development & Documentation] with Ilay Sener from Axway Location: L4, 40 King Street (In the city, not Newtown.) Sponsored by: CITI Recruitment & Cloud Elements Topic: API's in an era of Digital Disruption Brief: Data today is omnipresent and accessible via a variety of formats through a multitude of devices. APIs free your data from the datacenter, connecting different software and web applications and allowing them to share business assets in a structured and secure manner. • Classification of APIs and their respective business value • Requirements for well managed APIs • Components of complete API management Topic: 2 minute API’s!!! - [Code Free API development & Documentation] Brief: Creating and Documenting API’s can prove to be one of the most frustrating tasks for a developer, what are the best ways to do this and how can we create APIs quickly and easily with little effort? Ilay Sener – Pre-Sales consultant from Axway will go through some of the approaches available and demonstrate how Axway’s customers approach this issue.

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  • Accelerating Change with Integration Platform as a Service iPaaS by Dell Boomi

    Accelerating Change with Integration Platform as a Service iPaaS by Dell Boomi & Going Serverless with Dave Clark Agenda:[masked]:30- Networking, Pizza & Drinks 6:30-7:00- Accelerating Change with Integration Platform as a Service iPaaS by Dell Boomi 7:00-7:30 Going Serverless with Dave Clark Location: L4, 40 King Street (In the city, not Newtown.) Sponsored by: CITI Recruitment & Cloud Elements Talks: Accelerating Change with Integration Platform as a Service iPaaS by Dell Boomi In today’s Connected Economy, you are constantly challenged to integrate your company’s cloud and legacy applications, to innovate faster, create better customer experiences, and outpace your competition. Join our integration expert, David Irecki, in this interactive, live demonstration to find out how to overcome these challenges no matter how complex or disparate your systems are. With Dell Boomi AtomSphere Integration Platform as a service (iPaaS) and Dell Boomi API Management you can: Integrate cloud, on-premise and legacy applications seamlessly. Create, publish and manage APIs. Modernise legacy services in minutes. Achieve rapid and efficient time to value. Presenter: David Irecki – Senior Solutions Consultant, Asia Pacific and Japan Going Serverless At the AWS Summit in Sydney this year there was plenty of excitement around the merits of adopting serverless programming paradigms. In this talk, Dave will introduce you to the Serverless framework, a popular project which allows developers to get up and running quickly following a serverless approach. Serverless framework makes the orchestration of the AWS resources required to run your serverless project very straightforward and easy to maintain. He'll explain the command line functionality used to deploy your project on AWS which will typically feature a combination of AWS API Gateway, AWS Lambda and AWS DynamoDb. He'll also explain how you can run a version locally without having to rely on using AWS resources. After this talk, you'll have a better understanding about why adopting this approach for some or all aspects of a project can make a difference to your workflow and your company bottom line. Presenter: Dave Clark - API Specialist and SugarCRM TAM

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  • A Flood of Data with Jim Moffitt from Twitter & HipChat bots with Dave Clark

    Agenda: [masked]:30- Networking, Pizza & Drinks 6:30-7:30- A Flood of Data - Geolocated Tweets and crowdsourcing for disaster management with Jim Moffitt & Where there's a Will there's a way with Dave Clark from SugarCRM Location: L4, 40 King Street (In the city, not Newtown.) Sponsored by: CITI Recruitment & Cloud Elements Topic's and Bio's: A Flood of Data - Geolocated Tweets and crowdsourcing for disaster management. Jim Moffitt, Developer Advocate at Twitter, will talk about Twitter APIs and techniques for listening for signals of interest from the Twitter data firehose and its 500 million messages per day. The presentation will include several demos of the real-time network and data visualizations. The data story will focus on the role Twitter played during recent natural disasters. Bio: Jim Moffitt is a developer advocate at Twitter, where he helps developers and customers build amazing things with Twitter data. Before Twitter, Jim developed software for real-time weather monitoring and early-warning systems. Jim will be speaking on visualizing real time Tweets during natural weather disasters and the benefits of data analysis after these events.@snowman Some of the demo material lives here: https://github.com/jimmoffitt/SocialFlood Where there's a Will there's a way An entertaining hands on introduction to getting your own HipChat bot up and running with the popular open source project http://skoczen.github.io/will/ by Steven Skoczen (http://www.inkandfeet.com/). Bio: Dave Clark is an API Specialist and SugarCRM TAM, instructor for Zend Technologies and an organiser of the Sydney PHP User Group focused on community engagement promoting SOLID design principles, "API first" development methodology and service oriented architecture.

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  • Dive into the HipChat Connect API with Tanguy Crusson from Atlassian.

    Agenda: [masked]:30- Networking, Pizza & Drinks 6:30-7:30- Dive into the HipChat Connect API with Tanguy Crusson from Atlassian. Location: L4, 40 King Street Sponsored by: CITI Recruitment & Cloud Elements Topic Overview: A couple of weeks ago Atlassian announced the new HipChat API, HipChat Connect, enabling developers to write embedded apps in HipChat using the technology of their choice. It was covered extensively in the press (TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Business Insider, etc.). New Relic, PagerDuty, StatusPage and Zendesk have already released apps, with many more currently in the works. In this talk, Tanguy will walk you through the problems the team sought out to solve, provide technical details about how the API was designed, and show you how you can use it today to extend HipChat with custom apps. This is your chance to talk to the Sydney-based team who envisioned and built this API from the ground up, and to learn how you can get involved in the HipChat ecosystem! About Tanguy: Product manager for HipChat and the Atlassian Connect Cloud integration platform.

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  • Harold Wiegers, Adrian Gigante & Steve Buikuizen talking All Things API

    Key API Evangelists speaking on "All Things API" with Harold Wiegers, API Product Manager, Telstra, Adrian Gigante, Principal Pre-sales Consultant, WhiteSky Labs and Steve Buikhuizen, Architect and Trainer at Cloudy Services Agenda: [masked]:30- Networking, Pizza & Drinks 6:30-7:30- 3 Short talks, 10-15 mins on hot API topics, plus Q&A. Location: L4, 40 King Street Sponsored by: CITI Recruitment & Cloud Elements Organisers: Dee Pollett & Emma Pearman

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  • Introduction to the new AWS API Gateway service with Ben Potter

    Agenda: 6:00-6:30- Networking & Pizza 6:30-7:30- Introduction to the new AWS API Gateway service Topic: Managing multiple versions and stages of an API is difficult. Monitoring third-party developers' access is time consuming. Access authorisation is a challenge. Learn how to host multiple versions and stages of your APIs, create and distribute API keys to to developers, throttle and monitor requests to protect your back end, SDK generation for iOS, Android, and JavaScript and more. About Ben: Ben is a solutions architect at Amazon Web Services. Ben is an expert in a broad range of Information Technology environments with extensive experience in mission critical systems, data centre environments, network and security. He has more than 15 years experience working in support, networking, engineering and solutions architecture. Ben is Microsoft and AWS certified engineer and professional.

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  • API development and tooling Apigee-127 with Rajeev Ramani - Apigee

    Agenda: 6:00-6:30- Networking & Pizza 6:30-7:30- API development and tooling Apigee-127 Topic: Speed API development by starting with the end in mind - use the popular open source Swagger documentation tool to design your API, implement in Node.js and deploy on any PaaS or Apigee. Join us for this presentation of Apigee-127, an open source toolkit for building APIs in Swagger, and Node.js. Plus we now have Allan Denot with a second talk about Adding two-factor authentication to your website. A demo of a simple two-factor authentication implementation using Google Authenticator in a Laravel website About Rajeev: As a API architect and evangelist my role is to create a compelling story board that can accelerate the digital growth of companies through the application of the digital value chain. I attempt to create an appreciation of how apps, api and data can help create superlative digital value and allow competitive positioning for customers value chain. am part of the sales team in the Asia Pacific Organisation to fulfil our goal of customer delight, engagement and retention. I bring my industry vision and a deep understanding of technology to help the customers envision a future with our digital platform. About Allan: From publishing software to the cloud, I started in 2001 by releasing a Linux distribution in Brazil, built 2 more products, co-founded a company, migrated to Australia, got a master’s degree, got married, became a DevOps engineer and now co-founder of SpikeNode.com (http://spikenode.com/).

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  • IoT Commerce with Steven Cooper - BrainTree

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    Agenda: 6:00-6:30- Networking & Pizza 6:30-7:30- IoT Commerce Talk Topic: In this talk we will look at the IoT world and how it can be integrated with the online space to create new and awesome ways for users to interface the digital world like never before and ways that developers can monetize new IoT opportunities. We look at how you can take an Arduino Yun and a Thermal printer to create a new way for customers to order via a ecom website and for a receipt to automatically print out in a restaurant once a new order has been received and how cheaper smaller faster and lower powered IoT boards are creating a whole new world for developers to explore. About Steven: Steven Cooper is responsible for working with the strong developer community within Asia-Pacific, to develop and nurture the healthy start-up culture that continues to flourish across the region. Over the last 20 years, Steven has worked as a senior developer for a host of start-ups and as a developer analyst for more than 10 years with Sensis. Before joining PayPal, he configured and spec’d mass production technology hardware for the likes of Virgin, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Visa, St. George and Westpac. In his current role, Steven hopes to align businesses with the most appropriate PayPal solutions - products that deliver efficiency, flexibility and enable scalability.

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  • Leveraging the Zendesk API

    iCentral.co

    6:00-6:30 networking, drinks and pizza 6:30-7:30 Speaker: Dave Clark Title: Leveraging the Zendesk API Abstract: Zendesk provides a powerful and robust API which nurtures a rich development ecosystem in the form of a young and unsaturated application marketplace. The Zendesk marketplace provides opportunities for developers to connect with a variety of industries to create innovative solutions in the customer experience management space. During this session, guest speaker Dave Clark will provide an overview of Zendesk API and demonstrate examples of Zendesk integrations. About Dave: Senior Software Engineer for THE ICONIC as well as an instructor for Zend Technologies teaching PHP, Zend Framework and web application security classes to students from around the world. Dave is a co-organiser of the Sydney PHP User Group focused on community engagement promoting SOLID design principles, "API first" development methodology and service oriented architecture.

  • APIs for business - Evan Hollonds ISV Technical Evangelist, Salesforce.com

    We are back for 2015 and are excited to host our Meetup in March! 6:00-6:30 networking, drinks and pizza 6:30-7:30 Speaker: Evan Hollands Title: APIs for business Abstract: Developers love APIs, they let us leverage platforms, libraries, and other applications making us look like super heroes to our management and customers. But there is so much more to APIs than developer productivity. In this session we’ll review the technical, strategic, and commercial decisions facing todays ISVs. About Evan: ISV Technical Evangelist, APAC, Salesforce.com

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