Webinar May 31 & June 1 – Developer Relations and your Company’s APIs

It used to be that only a very few specialized software companies cared at all about developers – and usually because they were selling programming tools or platforms. Now every company needs to be connected and to work interactively with their clients, their partners, their suppliers, and their customers and to do that they publish APIs. Twenty percent more developers now report publishing APIs for external use than six months ago, for a total of 9.2 million. A recent preliminary report on “The Impact of APIs on Firm Performance” by Boston University Questrom School of Business reports that “API adoption leads to a 12.7 percent increase in market capitalization”.

“Today companies need to be interconnected and to take advantage new innovations. This often means they need to publish APIs and once you publish an API you have a platform. Once you have a platform you need developers, and that means you need a program to support them”, said Janel Garvin, CEO of Evans Data. “We see the proliferation of developer programs throughout all places and industries.”

In this webinar, David will give an overview of how a Developer Relations program participates with an engineering team to inform, educate, and support community members for the lifetime of an API. During the webinar David cover preparations for the release of an APIs, when and if to open up new APIs, types of technical content required for an API, versioning impacts for APIs, and how to help your community members get ready for deprecating and shutting down APIs.

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Agenda

  1. Developer Relations and APIs
  2. Digital Assets required to support an API
  3. API release planning
  4. Dealing with API deprecation and shutdown
  5. Q&A

 

Webinar Dates/Times

The webinar repeat on multiple days and times. Choose the date and time that fits your schedule.

 

Wednesday, May 31

  • 7am PDT (Santa Cruz) | 9am CDT (Chicago) | 10am EDT (New York) | 2pm GMT | 3pm BST (London) | 4pm CEST (Frankfurt)
  • 10am PDT (Santa Cruz) | 12noon CDT (Chicago) | 1pm EDT (New York) | 5pm GMT | 6pm BST (London) | 7pm CEST (Frankfurt)
  • 5pm PDT (Santa Cruz) | 8am CST (Beijing June 1) | 10am AEST (Sydney June 1)

 

Thursday, June 1

  • 7am PDT (Santa Cruz) | 9am CDT (Chicago) | 10am EDT (New York) | 2pm GMT | 3pm BST (London) | 4pm CEST (Frankfurt)
  • 1pm PDT (Santa Cruz) | 2pm CDT (Chicago) | 3pm EDT (New York)

 

Register Now to Reserve your Seat: https://register.gotowebinar.com/rt/8738824242095005699

 

Who Should Attend

  • Managers & Directors of Developer Programs
  • Technology & Developer Evangelists
  • Business Development Managers & Directors
  • Product Marketing Managers & Directors
  • Marketing Managers
  • Product Managers
  • Research Managers
  • Corporate Communications Managers
  • Heads of Developer Marketing
  • ANYONE who deals with developers!

 

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Presenter

David Intersimone “David I”, Vice President of Developer Communities, Evans Data Corporation

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