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API Design Matters

David Biesack

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I See Patterns

Humans are great at recognizing patterns. In software, software design patterns gained popularity in the 1990's as a way of capturing design constraints and reusable solutions to recurring problems, accompanied by a “pattern language” to de...

a month ago

The Art of API Design

This article is a re-presentation 1— a director’s cut, if you will — of my talk of the same name at the 2024 Nordic APIs Austin API Summit. My talk kicked off the “API Design track on the first day of the conference. You can view my talk on...

2 months ago

Pet Store API - Just Say No!

When I launched API Design Matters, one of my reasons was the lack of good API examples out there. "Pet Store" got an early foothold and unfortunately has been pervasive when authors discuss OpenAPI and API Design.

2 months ago

The API Design Mind Game

I like puzzles and games, which (I think) is common for people in tech. Solving logic puzzles is what drew me to software in the first place. I can remember obsessing about programming puzzles, even at hours I was not actively coding them. ...

3 months ago

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  • David Biesack

    David Biesack is Chief API Officer at Apiture. David has over thirty years of industry experience creating reusable, robust, and elegant software. He strives to make software [development|developers] better, stronger, faster.

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