VIRTUAL | Build API Masterclass | Mike Amundsen – GOTO Academy NL
VIRTUAL | Build API Masterclass | Mike Amundsen

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VIRTUAL | Build API Masterclass | Mike Amundsen

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Description

 Build APIs at a glance

This Masterclass is designed to allow teams and individuals to focus on the work of designing, building, and deploying of robust, well-designed, and resilient APIs for existing services.

Price:

€300 excl. VAT

Duration:

Two half days 13:30-17:00 CET

Delivery:

GOTO Academy - Virtual Course delivered in English by Mike Amundsen

Interesting for:

 

Attendees are expected to already have experience w/ HTTP, services, and APIs

 

Build APIs

In this masterclass, based on the book "Design and Build Great Web APIs" from Pragmatic Publishers, you'll learn to convert a quality API design into a fully-functional HTTP API. We'll cover the three-step building process Sketch-Prototype-Build. You'll learn how to use the DARRT NodeJS library to safely and quickly build stable, scalable APIs. Next, we'll explore the basics of BDD-style API testing with Postman. Finally, we'll deploy our working, tested APIs into the cloud using Heroku and make them easy to find and ready to use.

 

Turn your quality API designs into fully-functional, well-tested and reliable APIs in the cloud with this one-day hands-on masterclass

 

NOTE: You can "scale-up" your API masterclass experience by signing up for both the API Design and the API Build Masterclasses

What You'll Learn

In this workshop, you'll learn:

  • The importance of leveraging good API design as a starting point
  • The power of the Sketch-Prototype-Build Paradigm for determining the best API to build
  • The value of the DARRT library for implementing your working API in NodeJS
  • The importance of testing to ensure a stable, reliable API
  • The advantage of git-based deployment for posting your changes to production

What You'll Use

Tools/Technologies covered in this workshop include:

  • Curl and wget
  • Git and Github
  • NodeJS and npm
  • Apiary Blueprint, OpenAPI/Swagger, and ALPS description formats
  • Postman and Newman test platform
  • Heroku and git-based deployment
  • Many other command-line tools and utilities

Who Should Attend

This workshop will be a great place to explore APIs and test out your ideas and skills with fellow attendees. Whether you are new to API programming looking to get started or a seasoned professional searching for tips and advice on how to make the most of your API experience, this workshop is for you.

What You Should Bring

This is a hands-on workshop. Attendees should come ready to code in NodeJS using their favorite editing environment. You'll be using git and github and deploying to Heroku. Throughout the workshop we'll walk through creating free accounts on Postman, Heroku, and other services as needed.

 

As long as you have a good working knowledge of Javascript/Node, a basic understanding of HTTP, and a healthy curiosity, you'll have no trouble enjoying and learning from the workshop.

 


About the trainer Mike Amundsen:

An internationally known author and speaker, Mike Amundsen travels the world consulting and talking about network architecture, Web development, and the intersection of technology and society. He works with companies large and small to help them capitalize on the opportunities APIs, Microservices, and Digital Transformation present for both consumers and the enterprise.

Mike Amundsen has authored numerous books and papers. He contributed to the O’Reilly Media book, "Continuous API Management" (2018). His "RESTful Web Clients", was published by O’Reilly in February 2017 and he co-authored "Microservice Architecture" (June 2016). Amundsen’s 2013 collaboration with Leonard Richardson "RESTful Web APIs" and his 2011 book, “Building Hypermedia APIs with HTML5 and Node”, are common references for building adaptable Web applications. His latest book — "Design and Build Great APIs" — for Pragmatic Publishing is scheduled for release in late 2019.

You can find Mike on Twitter.

 

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