As most ProgrammableWeb readers know, this week the API Strategy & Practice Conference commences in San Francisco. Among the fascinating speakers and presentations will be WSO2 executive presentations on API optimization, API branding, and API best practices. WSO2 Vice President of Technology Evangelism, Chris Haddad, will present: Promoting Your API Brand and Extending Your API Reach. Later, WSO2 Vice President of Product Marketing will join the panel: API Ecosystems and Platforms.
A series of conferences known as the Nordic APIs have started a four-day tour of four countries in Northern Europe. The mission: Bringing API discussions to the capitals of Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Norway. Presentations by sponsors MuleSoft (parent company of ProgrammableWeb), Ping Identity, Twilio, Axway and Layer 7 are joined by local speakers in each country under the overarching theme of “Private, Partner and Public APIs.” The first event, held in Stockholm today, was fully booked, with events in Copenhagen and Helsinki also expected to reach audience capacity. ProgrammableWeb spoke with presenters and participants at the opening event.
When designing an enterprise architecture it can be common to use a typical Pub-Sub pattern using a message queue subscribed to a topic. This can have some real-world costs and queues may not be necessary. This article shows a better choice than using queues and when it makes sense to use a queue.