VP Innovation at Axway, Co-founder at Vordel

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API Workshop tomorrow May 15 at Nordic APIs Seattle

First, that's not a typo. Nordic APIs is indeed in Seattle this year. Perhaps next year we'll see "Pacific Northwest APIs" in Stockholm :-).

The Seattle line-up for Nordic APIs looks great, with Microsoft, APIMetrics, and Splunk speaking [I'm giving a talk about the "API First" approach]. The event kicks off at 11.30am. But, you can warm up for the event at the API Workshop taking place that morning at the same venue (Seattle's South Lake Union Discovery Center). At the API workshop, we get down and dirty with APIs, including:

* Building a mobile app consuming APIs, with REST and API Keys
       - What are the security considerations?
* Understanding REST API Security with OAuth and OpenID Connect
       - How to secure REST APIs: Where do OAuth 2.0 and API Keys fit in?
* How to enable Single Sign-On with Cloud Identity Providers (IdPs) like Google?
       - Mapping Cloud identity to enterprise identity
* Beyond REST: HTML5 WebSockets for API access
       - Full duplex streaming of data, for next-generation Web APIs
* SalesForce API Access: Session management, caching, orchestration
* Cloud-to-Ground interoperability in a hybrid world
       - How to safely connect Cloud services like Office 365 or Google Apps to your organization
* How to on-board and enable a partner developer community
       - API Developer Portal tips and tricks

It's free to register for the API Workshop, and we do provide coffee and giveaways. Come along to get in the API mood for NordicAPIs!

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Mark O'Neill is VP Innovation at Axway - API and Identity. Previously he was CTO and co-founder at Vordel, which was acquired by Axway. A regular speaker at industry conferences and a contributor to SOA World Magazine and Cloud Computing Journal, Mark holds a degree in mathematics and psychology from Trinity College Dublin and graduate qualifications in neural network programming from Oxford University.