The Web 1.0 was readable, the Web 2.0 was social,
now the web is programmable
trough application programming interfaces,
APIdays Mediterranea is the event that gathers business, projects and people from the API ecosystem in Southern Europe and Mediterranean countries. See other APIdays events around the world!
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LAST EDITION: MAY 30, 31 & JUNE 1, 2013 - Madrid
MAY 30 warming up hackathon @Madrid On Rails + HACKATHON INFO
30th MAY: HACKATHON DAY
31st MAY: CONFERENCES DAY 1
- 09.00 Registration
- 09.30 Introduction to APIdays Mediterranea with Eduardo Basterrechea & Elena Álvarez/Apicultur. Warming-up presentation by Kin Lane/API Evangelist. WSO2 introduction by Isabelle Mauny/WSO2 [Slides]. Intel introduction by Andy Thurai/Intel [Slides].
The business of APIs Kin Lane / API Evangelist [Slides]
- 11.15 COFFEE BREAK
11.45-13.45 The business of your API
11.45 API Business Models Guillaume Balas / 3scale [Slides]
12.15 Concerning API Management Andy Thurai / Intel
12.45 Every Cloud Service Needs an API Product Manager Elie Chevignard / Mailjet [Slides]
13.15 Bridging the Gap between APIs and Customers Bruno Pedro / CloudWork [Slides]
- 14.00 LUNCH & NETWORKING
- 15.00-16.30 Designing APIs
15.00 User experience for APIs Jeremiah Lee [Slides]
15.30 Designing a Restful API Miguel Fernández / BeBanjo
16.00 Experience is Everything Ronnie Mitra / Layer 7
- 16.45 COFFEE BREAK
- 17.00-18.30 The philosophy of APIs. Past, present & future
- 17.00 On API Management Isabelle Mauny / WSO2 [Slides]
- 17.30 From open source to APIs Eduardo Basterrechea / Apicultur [Slides]
- 18.00 Politics and APIs Mehdi Medjaoui / Webshell
- 18.30 API DRINKS & NETWORKING
1st JUNE: CONFERENCES DAY 2
Room A : The enterprise journey through APIs
9.15 Extraverted introverts: the effects APIs in enterprises. Ori Pekelman / Constellation Matrix [Slides]
9.55 Why Monitoring APIs is critical Isabelle Mauny / WSO2 [Slides]
10.25 REST Easy With Deployd Boydlee Pollentine / Tipsy & Tumbler Limited
10.55 Desconstructing scale Swift / Sendgrid [Slides]
Room B : Tutorials 9.15 Develop a multiplayer game for web using .NET Oguz Bastemur / Zondig
9.55 * Introduction to APIs (Introduccion a las APIs) Valentin Calero / Apicultur
- 11.25 COFFEE BREAK
Room A : Consuming APIs: mashup building
Room B : Tutorial 11.45 * HTML5 & APIs Jorge Barrachina/ HTML5 Spain Co-founder
Room A : APIs & the industry
12.45 6 reasons why APIs are reshaping your business Aurelien Fache / FaberNovel [Slides]
13.15 Telcos and you Juan Mateu / Solaiemes [Slides] Room B : Tutorial 12.45 * Rapidays: Quick introduction to R & APIs Carlos J. Gil Bellosta / Data Analytics
- 14.00 LUNCH & NETWORKING
Room A : APIs & Natural Language Processing
15.00 A Tale of Two (Semantic) APIs. Antonio Matarranz / Daedalus [Slides]
15.30 Understanding language through APIs Elena Alvarez / Apicultur Room B : Geolocalization & APIs
15.00 * Geo-sentiment via APIs David Gomez / Autentia [Slides]
15.30 * ¿Qué podría hacer tu app si supiera dónde está? Francesc Puigvert & Jorge Ruiz / Esri & Solusoft
Room A : APIs & Social media
16.00 Sharing links with Karmacracy API Xabi Saez de Ocariz / Karmacracy [Slides]
16.30 SBPortal & SBApps Guillermo Barbero / Spotbros Room B : API hour
16.00 * From the API Economy to the API Strategy Jose Manuel de la Chica & Carlos Kuchkovsky / BBVA
16.30 * Hackathon project presentation & awards
- 17.00 COFFEE BREAK
Conclusions of the API Movement
- 18.15 API DRINKS & NETWORKING
- 19.00 END OF THE DAY
Sessions marked with a * will be delivered in Spanish
APIdays is proud and thankful to welcome a huge panel of international
experts of the API world
API evangelist API evangelist
Product Management Director WSO2
Andy ThuraiChief Architect & Group CTO Intel
Linguistic Manager Apicultur
Ronnie MitraAPI Architect LAYER7
Software Engineer Zondig
Aurelien FacheSenior Software Engineer FaberNovel
Lead Developer / Director Tipsy & Tumbler Limited
UX Researcher independent
PhD researcher University of Lugano
Developer Evangelist SendGrid
R&D Director Optenet
Software engineer Autentia
Statistical consultant Data analytics
Jesus HernandezSoftware engineer Spotbros
Guillermo BarberoSoftware engineer Spotbros
Developer & Co-founder HTML5 Spain
Jorge RuizMobile app director Solusoft
Antonio MatarranzDirector, Marketing & Sales Daedalus
Jose Manuel de la ChicaProduct Manager BBVA
Carlos KuchkovskyHead of Bank as a Service BBVA
Francesc PuigvertTechnical Marketing Esri
Apicultur, APIs for your apps.
Apicultur is the API platform deployed by Molino de Ideas to publish, manage and suscribe to APIs.
Webshell, the API combinator.
API evangelist, the business of APIs.
API evangelist is the site run by Kin Lane on API evangelism and the business of APIs.
faberNovel, ideas with legs.
faberNovel helps large organizations think and act like startups to invent new products, services, and experiences.
WSO2 is the lean enterprise middleware company. It delivers the only complete open source enterprise SOA middleware stack purpose-built as an integrated platform to support heterogeneous enterprise environments internally and in the cloud. WSO2 service and support team is led by technical experts who have proven success in deploying enterprise SOAs and contribute to the technology standards that enable them.
Founded in 2007, 3scale provides a Plug & Play SaaS API Management solution enabling enabling Tech Startups, SMBs, and Fortune500 to securely distribute, operate, manage and monetize their APIs to 3rd parties (e.g. Internal or external developers, business partners, etc).API providers benefit with 3scale of a unique suite of services available out-of-the-box that gives them unprecedented control, and visibility on the packaging, distribution and use of their API. 3scale currently powers 200 APIs and has over 85,000 developers.
For more information see Intel API Management Solutions.
Mailjet is a real-time cloud emailing platform. Mailjet was founded with the aim of providing a powerful tool for developers and novices alike to manage emails from A to Z, in a very simple way.
when and where ?
Hackathon 30 May, 2013 +INFO
Madrid on Rails
Calle Titicaca, 10
Conferences 31 May & 1 June, 2013
Calle Matilde Diez, 11
How to get there?
- Madrid on Rails
- Metro Line 9: Vicálvaro
Line C2, C7: Vicálvaro
Lines 4, 106, E3: San Cipriano-Jardin de la Duquesa
Lines 71, 100 : Minerva-Omega
- Metro Line 4: Prosperidad
(stations within a walking distance)
Line 9: Cruz del Rayo
Lines 4, 6, 7, 9: Avenida de America
Lines 9, 73: López de Hoyos-Eugenio Salazar
Line 1 : Suero de Quiñones-López de Hoyos
Buses from Avenida de America bus station connect Madrid with towns in the East of Madrid and cities all around Spain
- Barajas airport Direct bus connexion from Avenida de America, bus 200