Full-day API The Docs track at APIdays Paris 2020
The API Docs & DX track is an event for tech writers, API developers, product owners and developer evangelists who embrace documentation as a crucial aspect of a great developer experience. It is a great opportunity to share and discuss the latest best practices, strategies and new trends relevant to API documentation and developer experience!
Code of Conduct
Every format of API The Docs follows the ground rules of the Write The Docs community: be friendly, be respectful, be careful in the words that you choose. If you need to report any issue for a reason, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. All reports will be kept confidential.
Recaps & recordings
Talk recordings and slide deck of this track will be published by the APIdays team via their channels soon after the conference. We're also planning to bring you our notes on the Pronovix Blog in January 2021!
The API The Docs podcast series brings advice from behind open and closed developer portals, ideas on what new learnings you can aim for, and recent experiments from the field of API documentation. We've released 6 interviews so far and 2 more are coming in 2020.
We're super excited about this year's collaboration with the APIdays team as APIdays Paris has been one of the biggest API related gatherings of the API space. This year we're going to meet in the Hopin tool, and your track hosts will be Laura Vass, Mark Winberry & Kristof Van Tomme.
Build Your Own Documented & Tested Healthcare API in 30 Mins
Health Oriented Design: How API Platforms Shape Themselves for a Safer Internet
Katrien Van Gijsel
Catering to the Hoodies and the Suits
M. Scott Ford
Communication is Just as Important as Code
Lorna Jane Mitchell
Create Delightful SDKs from Open API
Transformation Towards a Platform
Do You Know Who's Reading Your Docs?
Docs, Demos and Developer Experience
Kathleen De Roo
A Maturity Model for Developer Portals
Automate Your API to Perfection
A Sensible API Document Management Guide
What You Get When You Invest Non-docs Time in Docs Tools
Chris Ward (Chronosphere): Automate your API to perfection
Lorna Jane Mitchell (Vonage): Create delightful SDKs from OpenAPI
Jennifer Rondeau (Stripe): Do you know who's reading your Docs?
M. Scott Ford (CorgiBytes): Communication is just as important as Code
Networking & Expo
Vanjikumaran Sivajothy (Equinix): A sensible API Document Management guide
Sarah Day (LaunchDarkly): What you get when you invest Non-Docs time in Docs tools
Ilona Koren-Deutsch (Nuna): Accessibility matters
Daniele Bernardi (Twitter): Health oriented design: how API platforms shape themselves for a safer internet
Shelby Switzer (US Digital Service): Build Your Own Documented & Tested Healthcare API in 30 Mins
Kathleen De Roo (Pronovix): A maturity model for Developer Portals
Maarten Roosendaal (bol.com): Transformation towards a platform
Katrien Van Gijsel (KBC Bank): Catering to the Hoodies and the Suits
Ben Gamble (Ably Realtime): Docs, Demos and Developer Experience
Networking & Expo
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