Intro Level OpenAPI Specification Technical Overview/Workshop at APIStrat 2018

By September 13, 2018 Blog

Please join us for a hands-on workshop on OpenAPI 3.0 at APIStrat 2018 in Nashville on Sept. 24. You can drop-in for this session only or stay for the advanced workshop right after.  Be sure to bring your own laptop to participate. This will be an OpenAPI Specification Technical Overview/Workshop – A hands-on training session introducing essential capabilities of OpenAPI and its most commonly used features.

You will learn:

  1. What’s OpenAPI 3.0
  2. OpenAPI and Server Objects
  3. Paths and Path Parameters
  4. GET Operation and Responses
  5. Query and Header Parameters
  6. POST, PATCH, and PUT
  7. Documentation with markdown

Ron Ratovsky
Swagger Developer Evangelist, SmartBear
Ron is the technical liason for the OpenAPI Initiative's Technical Steering Committee
Ted Epstein
RepreZen CEO
Ted Epstein, CEO of RepreZen, has been helping organizations succeed with API strategy and architecture for over 10 years. Ted participates in the OpenAPI Technical Design Community as a governing board member, and leads the architecture of RAPID-ML, the first API description language to bring the power of Domain-Driven Design to REST APIs. Ted is co-organizer of the API-Craft NYC Meetup and speaks at conferences including QCon, EclipseCon, APIStrat, API-Craft, and Data Modeling Zone.
Emmanuel Paraskakis
Sr. Director of Product Management, Oracle API Platform
Emmanuel has been working on delivering APIs for customers for over a decade and is a passionate member of the API Community. The last three years he has been crafting API tooling as part of Apiary, recently acquired by Oracle. Currently, he is heading up Product Management for Oracle’s API Platform, a full lifecycle suite of products for API Providers and Consumers. He is also the organizer for the API Craft San Francisco Meetup Group with over 1,000 members.