Recorded video presentations
I’ve given numerous presentations on API documentation, and most of them I’ve recorded. The most recent presentations are available below. Keep in mind that my API content evolves, so some older presentations might no longer match the course content.
- Most recent API workshop recording
- Publishing API Docs
- Other API course recordings
Most recent API workshop recording
The most recording is a workshop I gave to STC/WTD Denver (the event description is here). The recording is divided into three parts. Each of these sections includes a video recording, audio file, and slides.
Audio only recordings
If you’re driving across the country and you want to listen to all audio combined into one consolidated file (consisting of parts I, II, and III), you can do so here:
Publishing API Docs
(This section wasn’t included directly during the workshop but rather as a supporting presentation.)
If you just want to browse the slides, see the Course Slides.
Other API course recordings
The following are other video recordings for API-related presentations:
Intro to API docs
I gave this presentation to the STC Silicon Valley chapter – more details are here. This video covers these course sections:
Docs as code tools and workflows
OpenAPI and Swagger
How to Add Swagger to your API
Sacramento API workshop
For a longer (and older) video, here’s a recording from a 4-hour workshop I gave to the STC Sacramento chapter (more details about the workshop are here).
India API workshop
Here’a recording of an API workshop I gave in India a while back (more details are here). In contrast to other videos, this one includes (near the last 30 min.) some of the Java API parts of the course.
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