APIs that Change Lifestyles

  • By Mohamed Usama Mansoor
  • 8 Jul, 2015

If you were given the chance to become the superhero of the 21st century what would you choose? a Super Power or a Super API?

You might still argue on whether having an API is better than being able to fly. But unlike in the 1930s, our lives are heavily dependent on frameworks that support things that we use on a daily basis. Starting from your smartphone or tablet to tubes, trains and buses to systems you use at your workplace and those who you interact with during work all rely on the existence of APIs. If you think for minute, it doesn’t take much to become the next internet billionaire. You no longer need an advertising platform, a social media website or a cool phone app. All that it takes is to build the most useful API and the world around you will complete the rest of your story.

In this webinar, Senaka will take examples of APIs that change lifestyles and provide guidelines on how to start building the next big thing on the planet. Senaka will also explain the benefits of having the right infrastructure to host and manage your APIs in order to make the best out of what you have to offer.

Senaka Fernando Architect - Solutions Architecture, WSO2 Senaka Fernando is a Solutions Architect at WSO2. In addition to his product development efforts, Senaka has provided technology consulting on customer engagements, helping to successfully implement governance, enterprise application integration, SAP integration, and on-premise portal solutions. Senaka also founded the WSO2 Web Services Framework/ C++ during his internship with WSO2 in 2008. Senaka is an elected member of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) and also a Project Management Committee (PMC) member and committer for a number of projects, which currently include Apache Web Services, Axis2, and several Apache incubator projects. Additionally, Senaka is a member of the OASIS S-RAMP, WEMI, and TOSCA technical committees.
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