February 10, 2018
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Just about every web developer must now be comfortable at least consuming APIs, if not creating them. This trend now shows itself in job titles including "API" and "mashup," and more often in the requirements and experience section of job listings.
San Francisco continues its dominance of the API job market, but this week brings us a new location we haven't seen before: New Zealand. As more and more API-related jobs become available, it's likely that they'll continue to show up all over the world.
Search engines such as Google have been making life a lot easier for developers. They have huge development resources that startups just don't have, and when they make their APIs available, everyone benefits. But when it comes to using APIs, especially AJAX APIs, it can be a challenge for developers to use these in a search-friendly way.