I recently gave an API workshop at the TC Camp Unconference last weekend in Santa Clara, California. This post includes a video recording of my presentation, along with slides, audio, and workshop files.
I actually prepared four separate slide decks for the workshop, but only used 2 and a half of them. I don't know why I prepared so much. In the back of my mind, I was thinking that I could just use all of this material for a udemy course or something, without realizing that it would be impossible to compress it only the fly into a two hour slot.
At any rate, I'm providing all of the slide content here. If you have feedback of any kind, please let me know so I can improve with future workshops.
This recording contains both the slides + audio for the full two hour workshop. I didn't edit this video, so you'll see some interruptions about wireless connectivity, parking, audience questions that are hard to hear, and more.
To get the workshop files, you can download them from Github here: github.com/tomjoht/apiworkshop.
Alternatively, if you want the slides + workshop files all in one download, grab it here: bit.ly/tomapiworkshop.
I uploaded my four slide decks to Slideshare because it makes it easier to view the slides online. You can also get the raw PowerPoint slides by downloading them via the bit.ly link in the previous section.
Slideshare now has the ability to integrate video into slides, so I integrate the above youtube video at the end of two of them.
Note that this slide deck is almost identical to a presentation I gave previously as a webinar to the soap! conference. You can see the slides + recording here. This recording provides a much better exploration of code samples than I gave during the TC Camp Unconference presentation.
If you only want the MP3 file for the audio only (e.g., if you want to put it on your iPhone and listen on the go), you can listen to or grab the audio file here.
Length: 127 min.
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