APIdays Mediterranea

APIdays Mediterranea
&
API words

MWV Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
May 6 & 7, 2015 The independent conference on APIs,
NLP and language technology.


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Program


Tuesday 5, May
17h30 - Practical 3scale API Management Crash Course at 3scale's office
In this crash course, 3scale will focus on API management and best practices in monitoring, debugging and testing of your API.
They’ll take you through the necessary steps to set up the infrastructure to secure and monitor traffic to your API with an API Gateway implemented using 3scale and Nginx. They’ll share some best practices, tricks and tools you can use to help you test, debug and monitor your API.

Register for API Crash Course


19h00 - API Meetup Barcelona: Marketing APIs: Do's and Dont's and APIdays warm-up party at 3scale's office
Register for Meetup and Party



Wednesday 6, May Thursday 7, May
9h30 REGISTRATION & APIDAYS WELCOME
10h00
Mike Amundsen, CA Technologies From Stacia to Hyperion and Back Again: A Hypermedia Hero's Tale

Kin Lane, API Evangelist A Community Driven API Lifecycle
10h30
Albero Lopez, Braintree Candies for everybody: hacking from 9 to 6

Louis Dorard, Predictive APIs Machine Learning APIs
11h00
Ross Garrett, Axway A Babel fish from the swamp of POX

Miquel Montero, Atomian All you need to know about NLP
11h30 NETWORKING PAUSE
12h15 Patrick Heneise, blend.io Creating Scalable APIs
Sylvain Utard, Algolia Challenges of Building a Distributed API Tyler Singletary, Klout Topics as an Engine For Insights
Rodolfo Guichon, Wide Eyes State-of-the-art as a service: from paper to api
12h40 Bruno Pedro, Redbooth & API Changelog How to Automate API Discovery
Paul Bruce, SmartBear Devs & Testers, BFFs with Virtual APIs
Andy Thurai, IBM Machine Learning with IBM Watson and Alchemy API
Lluís Padró, UPC TextServer and Freeling: Cloud-based language processing
13h05 Simon Wood, Holiday Extras API from the Trenches
Daniel Cerecedo, Byteflair TBD
Darius Kazemi, Akamai Language Streams
Ali Kheyrollahi, ASOS Exposing Farsi Topic Models in APIs
13h30 Tony Blank, Context.io Truth in Data Sharing
LIGHTING TALKS Sinan Deniz, Making your API discoverable
Michael Petychakis, A Graph API framework
LIGHTING TALKS Luis Leiva, Dectecting changes
Enrique Otero Muras, TBD
Paul Murphy, Clarify Unlocking Data Trapped in Audio and Video Files
14h00 LUNCH
15h00 Luis Borges Quina, APIdaze From Theatrophone, to apps... to WebRTC APIs: the 2020 Telco Innovation Challenge
Norberto Leite, MongoDB Databases and API: We love it!
Álvaro Hurtado, ASPgem Drupal's APIs
Andrew Seward, Esendex Your API Deserves More Respect: Make It a Product
15h25 Marcos Placona,Twilio Communication APIs
Yann Irbah, Paymill Beyond Docs: Lessons learned rebuilding an API documentation
BigML, TBC
Marah Lidey, Dosomething Finding the Best Messaging API (TBC)
15h50 Matteo Figus, OpenTable Components as microservices in the front-end world
Víctor Hernández Bermejo, Byteflair * How I met your API
Shubham Sharma, Mailjet TBD
Mehdi Medjaoui, Apidays.io Man Versus APIs
16h15 Javier Fernandez Riverola, Loyal Guru API driven startup, a real dogfooding case scenario
Orlando Kalossakas, Mashape Efficient API Design for human developers

Ending Keynote
17h00
PAUSE

NETWORKING BEERS
17h30
Victor Bjelkholm Building Typeform.io

AFTER PARTY

18h00
Manfred Bortenschlager, 3scale What does it take to design and run a successful API program?

18h00
Steve Klabnik, Hypermedia evangelist JSON API: your anti-bikeshedding weapon



Program is subject to change.

* Sessions to be delivered in Spanish

Speakers



Kin Lane

A Community Driven API Lifecycle

Kin Lane
The API Evangelist

Norberto Leite

Databases and API: We love it!

Norberto Leite
MongoDB

Tony Blank

Truth in Data Sharing

Tony Blank
Senior Developer Evangelist, Context.io

Marcos Placona

Communication APIs

Marcos Placona
Twilio
Andrew Seward

Your API Deserves More Respect: Make It a Product

Andrew Seward
Esendex
Luis Borges Quina

From Theatrophone, to apps... to WebRTC APIs: the 2020 Telco Innovation Challenge

Luis Borges Quina
Co-Founder & CEO, APIDaze

Ross Garrett

A Babel fish from the swamp of POX

Ross Garrett
Sr Director of Product Marketing, Axway

Shubham Sharma

TDB

Shubham Sharma
Developer Evangelist, Mailjet

Patrick Heneise

Creating Scalable APIs

Patrick Heneise
Software Architect, blended.io

Matteo Figus

Components as microservices in the front-end world

Matteo Figus
Developer, OpenTable

Bruno Pedro

How to Automate API Discovery

Bruno Pedro
API Changelog

Louis Dorard

TBD

Louis Dorard
Co-Founder, PAPIs.io

Alvaro Hurtado

Drupal as an API

Álvaro Hurtado
Senior Drupal Developer, ASPgems

Paul Murphy

Unlocking Data Trapped in Audio and Video Files

Paul Murphy
CEO, Clarify

Daniel Cerecedo

TBD

Daniel Cerecedo
Partner, Byteflair

Víctor Hernández Bermejo

How I Met Your API

Víctor Hernández Bermejo
REST API Developer, Byteflair

Darius Kazemi

Language Streams

Darius Kazemi
API Evangelist, Akamai

Simon Wood

APIs from the Trenches

Simon Wood
Technology Director, Holiday Extras

Lluís	Padró

TextServer and Freeling: Cloud-based language processing

Lluís Padró
Associate Professor, UPC

Mike Amundsen

From Stacia to Hyperion and Back Again: A Hypermedia Hero's Tale

Mike Amundsen
Director of API Architecture, CA Technologies & API Academy

Steve Klabnik

JSON API: your anti-bikeshedding weapon

Steve Klabnik
Hypermedia evangelist & Ruby hero

Andy Thurai

Machine Learning with IBM Watson and Alchemy API

Andy Thurai
Program Director, API, IoT and Connected Cloud, IBM

Alberto López

Candies for everybody: hacking from 9 to 6

Alberto López
Braintree_Dev
Orlando Kalossakas

API design one of the most important aspects of the API lifecycle

Orlando Kalossakas
Mashape
Manfred Bortenschlager

What does it take to design and run a successful API program?

Manfred Bortenschlager
API market development director, 3scale

Yann Irbah

Beyond Docs: Lessons learned rebuilding an API documentation

Yann Irbah
Developer Evangelist, Paymill

Sylvain Utard

Challenges of Building a Distributed API

Sylvain Utard
VP of engineering, Algolia

Tyler Singletary

Topics as an Engine For Insights

Tyler Singletary
Director of Platform, Klout

Victor Bjelkholm

Building Typeform.io

Victor Bjelkholm
Programmer, Typeform

Paul Bruce

Devs & Testers, BFFs with Virtual APIs

Paul Bruce
API Product Marketing Manager, Smartbear

Rodolfo Guichon

State-of-the-art as a service: from paper to api

Rodolfo Guichon
Founder, Wide Eyes

Mehdi Medjaoui

Man Versus APIs

Mehdi Medjaoui
APIdays Founder

Javier	Fernández Riverola

API driven startup, a real dogfooding case scenario

Javier Fernández Riverola
Co-Founder, Loyal Guru

Michael Petychakis

A graph API Framework incorporating the cloud based services landscape

Michael Petychakis
Research Assistant, NTUA

Ali Kheyrollahi

Exposing Farsi Topic Models in APIs

Ali Kheyrollahi
Solution Architect, ASOS

Luis Leiva

Detecting content changes, one word at a time: an API for web-based NLP

Luis Leiva
Co-Founder, Sciling

Sinan Deniz

Making your API discoverable

Sinan Deniz
Doctoral candidate, Lund University



APIdays Mediterranea
Photo by Kin Lane

APIdays Mediterranea 2015

The web 1.0 was readable, the web 2.0 was social, now the web is programmable trough application programming interfaces, aka apis.



APIdays is the two-day conference about the technology and business of APIs. It is the main independent conference on APIs held worldwide. APIdays Mediterranea is APIdays edition for the South of Europe, and it gathers together in Barcelona developers, IT managers, startups, corporations and those involved in the API industry to discuss, learn and share about the future and business of APIs.

Especial track on APIdays Mediterranea will be focusing on Natural Language Processing, the language industry and APIs.



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Mobile World Centre es una iniciativa público-privada creada por Mobile World Capital Barcelona (MWCB) y Telefónica con el objetivo de acercar a la ciudadanía el mundo de la telefonía móvil y de Internet. Es un espacio para descubrir cómo la transformación mobile está revolucionando las vías de comunicación, nuestro día a día o el entorno social y empresarial. El Centre es un espacio abierto a los ciudadanos que acoge una exposición permanente y ofrece una agenda de actividades vinculadas a la actualidad y a proyectos centrados en la transformación social, cultural, tecnológica y económica de la movilidad. Mobile World Centre es también un punto de información y difusión del resto de iniciativas de MWCB.






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PRACTICAL DETAILS

When & where ?

6 & 7 May, 2015
  • MOBILE WORLD CENTRE
  • Right on Plaça de Catalunya
  • 2 Carrer de Fontanella
  • 08002 Barcelona
  • España
Any questions ? Please feel free to contact us Picto mediterranea@apidays.io

HOW TO GET THERE ?

METRO
  • Catalunya
  • L1, L3, L6, L7
CERCANIAS/COMMUTER RAILS
  • Barcelona-Plaça de Catalunya?
  • R1, R3, R4

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