Lee, Nick, and guest host John Sheehan chat with Eric Lawrence, the creator of the Fiddler web debugger.
As the Product Manager of APIs at NPR, Javaun Moradi is the man who makes sure legions of National Public Radio fans get their fix.
Guest host Justin Rusbatch joins the Mash This team to speak to Augusto Marietti, co-founder and CEO of Mashape, the marketplace for cloud APIs.
The man responsible for the Internet’s hardest-working API reveals the secret of how Netflix supports 800+ device types (without going crazy), how the company derives maximum business value from its private APIs, and why REST keeps him up at night
The entrepreneur who created the world’s first ad-supported online music sharing service -- and invented Instagram months before Instagram did -- is once again thinking the unthinkable and questioning the unquestionable.
Linden Tibbets, co-founder of IFTTT, apparently isn’t satisfied with having already revolutionized the way we use APIs. Listen as Linden talks about the future of IFTTT, and how he plans to connect everything with, well… everything.
Rune Soerensen, co-founder and CEO of AppHarbor, joins the podcast to talk about the popular .NET Platform-as-a-Service offering.
Lee, Nick, and Keyvan ask – and try to answer – the question, “should APIs be copyrightable?” We ponder the implications of the recent Oracle vs. Google case, and what it could mean for the future of APIs.
Phil Haack talks with the Mash This team about the newly-released GitHub for Windows, the GitHub API, and Git itself, along with a little bit about the state of NuGet, and Phil’s next book on ASP.NET MVC.
Tips and advice on building a sustainable, profitable business venture around an API, with special guests Alex Hillman and Chris Nagele from Wildbit.
Neil Mansilla, Director of Developer Products at Mashery, talks to the Mash This team (along with special guest host John Sheehan) and provides several great tips for building a better API.
Adam DuVander, Executive Editor of ProgrammableWeb.com, joins our hosts to talk about what’s hot in the world of APIs. We discuss current trends, emerging API genres, and where the best untapped potential lies for the future of mashup development.
Brad Wilson, Senior Developer on the ASP.NET team, talks about ASP.NET Web API, Microsoft’s newest framework for building HTTP and RESTful services. He also gives us a revealing look behind the scenes -- explaining Microsoft’s bold decision to open-source ASP.NET MVC, Web API, and Razor WebPages, and what that means for web developers and for the future of the MS web development stack.
The Mash This team talks with special guest John Sheehan about Twilio, RestSharp, Api-Jobs.com, and a lot more.
In the third episode we discuss an important aspect of dealing with online services, the client libraries and frameworks developed in the .NET Framework, Java, Ruby, C/C++, and PHP for working with online API's.
In this episode we discuss the tools that can be used when working with API’s in order to debug, test, and evaluate them.
Welcome to the first episode from the MashThis team. Mash This is the world’s only podcast dedicated to API’s, mash-ups, and the web as a platform. In this episode, you meet the team.