The Conference for API Documentation and Developer Portals
In 2022 we organize 5 online conferences on 21 September, 12 & 26 October and 9 & 16 November. The events are free to attend but registration is required.
API The Docs is a conference series for technical 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!
Every format of API The Docs follows the ground rules of the Write The Docs community: be friendly, considerate, respectful, and be careful in the words that you choose. The events are held online since 2020. If you need to report any issue for a reason, please contact email@example.com. All reports will be kept confidential.
unREST among the docs
Melissa Mahoney and John Williams
Annotate, Automate & Educate: Driving generated OpenAPI docs to benefit everyone
What do developers do when it comes to understanding and using APIs?
GraphQL Isn't An Excuse To Stop Writing Docs
Mary Kate Comer
Removing Unconscious Bias with a Linter
Why your API doesn’t solve my problem: A use case-driven API design
API Documentation For Web3
Developing a best-in-class deprecation policy for your APIs
Make it Easier to Release Release Notes
Creating API documentation for international communities
Inclusive, Accessible Tech: Bias-Free Language in Code and Configurations
Peter S Look
Docs-as-Code: Evolving the API Documentation Experience
Developer journey - make it easy for devs to love your product
One Developer Portal to Document Them All
Josef Zeman (DX Heroes): Developer journey - make it easy for devs to love your product
Peter S. Look (Motorola Solutions): Docs-as-Code: Evolving the API Documentation Experience
Alec Clews (PaperCut Software): Creating API documentation for international communities
Anne Gentle (Cisco Systems): Inclusive, Accessible Tech: Bias-Free Language in Code and Configurations
Emese Hallgató (Pronovix): What do developers do when it comes to understanding and using APIs?
Melissa Mahoney & John Williams (MongoDB): Annotate, Automate, & Educate: Driving generated OpenAPI documentation to benefit everyone
Jan Vlnas (Superface): Why your API doesn’t solve my problem: A use case-driven API design
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