The best latest tweets about APIs

Twitter is undoubtedly a great help if you want to keep up with the latest trends in APIs, share a discovery, gauge the opinion of the community involved in this topic, or even publish brilliant humorous ideas on the subject of APIs. BBVAOpen4u is offering another chance to read some of the most discussed recent tweets about APIs.
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The best latest tweets about APIs
The best latest tweets about APIs

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Twitter is undoubtedly a great help if you want to keep up with the latest trends in APIs, share a discovery, gauge the opinion of the community involved in this topic, or even publish brilliant humorous ideas on the subject of APIs. BBVAOpen4u is offering another chance to read some of the most discussed recent tweets about APIs.

Twitter is undoubtedly a great help if you want to keep up with the latest trends in APIs, share a discovery, gauge the opinion of the community involved in this topic, or even publish brilliant humorous ideas on the subject of APIs.

But there are times when you don’t have time to check the social media and keep up with the news. That’s why if you’ve missed out on the best tweets in the last few days, BBVAOpen4u has included some of them in this article:

1. @ipfconline1

Entitled “The power of APIs: Too much data to handle?” the infographics shared by the @ipfconline1 consultancy on how a data API intervenes in the process has received no fewer than 126 retweets and 136 likes. 

2. @cyrilmottier

The designer of mobile products and Android expert @cyrilmottier says in his tweet: “The API Design Guidelines Google just released is extremely valuable”, and invites you to check them out with a link to the original source. The tweet has received 62 tweets and 102 likes.

3. @MikeQuindazzi

Machine learning  is undoubtedly one of the trending topics in the fintech world. The executive @MikeQuindazzi tweets: “Ready for #ArtificialIntelligence? 24 sample of #AI-aaS offerings, from leading #cloud platforms. {#machinelearning #apis}”   He has received 43 retweets and 33 likes.

4. @IBMWatson

What better than a powerful phrase from Rob High, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of IBM Watson, to promote the service: “We’ve made it easy to learn, train & make use of APIs, some of which don’t need coding experience.” The tweet has received 41 tweets and 50 likes.

Or this one:

Another of the tweets launched recently by the same company has also had a significant impact. It is a simple tweet allowing readers to share an article from a blog written by Susan C. Daffron about three Watson APIs which are particularly useful for the organizations that want to create more personalized experiences. It has received 38 tweets and 29 likes.

5. @salesforce

Another company, in this case @salesforce, has made excellent use of Twitter to promote its products: “Einstein Vision is a set of powerful new APIs that bring image recognition to CRM”. The tweet has received 31 retweets and 28 likes.

6. @LeaVerou

Ingenuity also triumphs on Twitter. Proof is this tweet from @LeaVerou in which she compares APIs to life itself: “@GitHubAPI would be an elegant hottie & Google APIs would be pimply teenagers who can’t get laid & don’t understand why.” The tweet has received 30 retweets and 111 likes.

7. @thinkpiecebot

@thinkpiecebot, a bot for which @NoraReed is responsible, also loves making puns like: “Why millennials are vaping sustainable APIs”. This one has received 29 retweets and 29 likes.

8. @troyhunt

As well as sharing content and making jokes, Twitter is an excellent way of talking to the community and expressing personal opinions. That’s precisely how @troyhunt uses this tweet where he says: “Big shout out to everyone who puts APIs behind mobile apps that enable easy account enumeration, makes data breach verification a breeze!” It has received 30 retweets and 76 likes.

9. @timramos

Another of the most common strong points of the network is to use it to quote tweets from others or to talk about an event. This is what @timramos does in this case. He talks about an article by Phil Wainewright published by Diginomica and uses the opportunity to talk about his company Daynine, which is now part of Accenture. It has received 26 tweets and 29 likes.

10. @mamund

Mike Amundsen, head of API Architecture and API Academy at CA Technologies, uses this tweet to share one of his latest presentations “Twelve Patters for Evolvable APIs. Code Patterns and Best Practices for Building Autonomous Clients.” He talked about the subject on March 12, at SXSW, and you can download the document in pdf format via the link. The tweet has received 24 retweets and 52 likes.

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