The earlier you submit the better
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) April 07, 2016
Today the organizers of the API Strategy & Practi ce Conference (APIstrat) announced that the call for talks is open for the APIStrat Boston conference. The event is planned for October 19-21, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts. The deadline for submitting talk proposals is midnight, May 20th, 2016. More details on the event date and location to come soon. Please to go http://boston2016.apistrat.com/call-for-talks/ to submit your entry.
The highly attended, well-respected conference addresses issues of API interest in three tracks:
1, API Technology: Deep technology which advances the state of the art of APIs. Areas can include, but are not limited to: design, security, frameworks, formats, architectures, protocols and theories which enable APIs.
2. API Best Practice: Sector or company specific API best practice - these talks can cover a specific API program and what was learned by running it. The best practice can be technical or business related. Sessions at previous conferences have included Music, Media, Finance, Education, Government, Internet of Things and many others.
3. The Business of APIs: talks on the business elements of APIs - from marketing and business models to community building and business transformation through APIs.
“We’ve watched this event grow in popularity and attendance over the years, and are pleased to bring the next edition to the east coast and the Boston area”, said Steve Willmott, CEO of 3scale. “Bring us your ideas and we'll do our best to get the best mix possible for another amazing conference. The earlier you submit the better.”
The conference seeks the following types of talk submissions:
1. Cutting edge technology (frameworks, innovations, tooling)
2. Real world experiences (big enterprise, fintech, health care, government)
3. Productization of APIs (marketing, evangelism, business models, API product management)
4. APIs for non-developers (experiences, tools, applications, processes)
Specific topics include, but are not limited to:
API Design and Governance
API Testing and Monitoring
API Product Management
Post Deployment / API Operations
Internet of Things (IoT)
Protocols (Beyond HTTP)
Security Testing and Tools
APIs for Bots and Messaging
When submitting please remember:
Please, no product pitches. Try to fit into the topics above. If you feel the need to go outside these guidelines, please explain why the topic is key. And lastly, avoid generic, high level talks - we want to dig deep and get insights.
We're looking forward to your submissions. To learn more about APIstrat visit http://boston2016.apistrat.com/. If you have any questions please email: apiconference(at)3scale(dot)net.
About API Evangelist:
API Evangelist is run by Kin Lane, a technology professional with an obsession for Application Programming Interfaces or APIs. His blog at API Evangelist chronicles API evolution and seeks to provide insights and best practice from both a technical and business perspective. He also writes at APIVoice and APIStack.
3scale is the leading self-serve, high performance API management platform, powering more than 600 customer APIs. API providers can easily package, distribute, manage and monetize APIs through a SaaS infrastructure that is powerful, flexible, secure and Web scalable. The 3scale platform enables the distribution of a company's data, content or services to multiple devices or mobile/Web applications, as well as the ability to easily productize APIs. Customers span the Fortune 500, government, academia, and startups. 3scale customers include Coldwell Banker, Johnson Controls, SITA, Crunchbase, Campbell’s Soup, UC Berkeley, Wine.com among others. The company also powers APItools for API consumers and APIs.io, the world’s first open source API search engine. For more information, visit http://www.3scale.net.