What are your strategic business objectives when you are planning your API program?
Do you truly know why and how to improve developer experience, and why you are building a community?
What practices has your team evolved to ensure developer success?
API The Docs returns to Amsterdam for the third time! The format will mirror the event in 2019: single-track conference with selected talks and panel on Day 1, and unconference sessions driven by You on Day 2.
The conference will focus on developer success, the next key objective for API/developer programs. We'll explore the business-to-developers-to-business continuum and how API documentation and developer portals help you execute your business strategy. We'll hear talks from a wide palette of roles who narrate their perspective and specific challenges with ensuring developer success for an API program.
We are happy to greet you as an attendees for API The Docs Amsterdam 2023!
We have prepared a Guide to gather all the information you might need to maximize your experience.
New Slack channel
In the API The Docs conferences Slack workspace we created a new channel called #amsterdam2023.
We recommend using this channel for conference related discussions!
What is an unconference?
Day 2 of the conference will be a self-organizing open space event. It will be a participative day, where you decide the agenda. We'll give space to open discussions. Join and share your thoughts, address challenges, or ask for support; it's all up to you!
Bridging the Gaps: How an Internal Developer Portal Empowers Engineering Autonomy
How implementing an internal developer portal is driving digital transformation
Using interactive documentation to accelerate time-to-first-dopamine
Technical writing as a startup inside a startup: how to drive internal developer success
A Unified Documentation Pipeline for an Internal and External Docs
Using Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) to Document API — the Kotlin DSL story
PANEL HOST - "Developer Success: Looking Beyond Developer Experience" panel
KEYNOTE: API First Strategy: Adapting Your Approach for Startups vs. Enterprises
Kristof Van Tomme
KEYNOTE – Enabling Developer Success with Platform and Interface Developer Portals
REGISTRATION & GETTING COMFORTABLE
REGISTRATION & GETTING COMFORTABLE
Welcome by Kristof Van Tomme & Koen Adolfs
KEYNOTE – Kristof Van Tomme (Pronovix): Enabling Developer Success with Platform & Interface Dev Portals
KEYNOTE – Koen Adolfs & Gijs van der Hoven (ABN AMRO): Driving Developer Culture at ABN AMRO
Anna Tsolakou, Gael Imperial (Amadeus): How to release an API with developers in mind
KEYNOTE – Alex Akimov (Monite): API First Strategy: Adapting Your Approach for Startups vs. Enterprises
Stefan Mesquita (Deutsche Bank): How implementing an internal developer portal is driving digital transformation
Scott Morison (Autodesk): A Unified Documentation Pipeline for Internal and External Docs
Lana Novikova (Jetbrains): Using Domain-Specific Languages (DSLs) to Document API — the Kotlin DSL story
“Open space” method 101
COFFEE BREAK & SESSION PROPOSALS
Greg Brimble, Nevi Shah (Cloudflare): Using Interactive Documentation to Accelerate Time-to-first-dopamine
Chris Ward (Docker): Dynamic Docs
Lorna Jane Mitchell (Redocly): OpenAPI for Documentarians
Sessions 7-8-9 including "ROI of Good Developer Experience" (Sidney Maestre, APIMatic)
JP Hwang (Weaviate): Tests: The Next Step for Docs-as-code
Sessions 10-11-12 including "ROI of Good Developer Experience" (Sidney Maestre, APIMatic)
Sidney Maestre (APIMatic): Unlocking the Potential of Code in Technical Documentation
Sessions 13-14-15 including "ROI of Good Developer Experience" (Sidney Maestre, APIMatic)
Elizaveta Driukova (FINN): Technical writing as a startup inside a startup: how to drive internal developer success
Omar Abdelrazik (Adyen): Bridging the Gaps: How an Internal Developer Portal Empowers Engineering Autonomy
Session conclusions & Wrap-up
PANEL – “Developer Success: Looking Beyond Developer Experience”
Panel host: Carla Teixeira (Miro)
Panelists: Suzanne Daniels (Port), Koen Adolfs (ABN Amro), John Daffern (BT), Jack Bambury (Shell)
The panel explores what developer success means for various API teams and why they started to invest in it.
NETWORKING HOUR with drinks & bites – sponsored by APIMatic
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