Square API Profile: Online Transactions With Less Liability

There’s no better time of year than the holiday break to work on a side project. We’re writing up profiles of APIs over the next 12 days so you can get inspired. Today, we’re highlighting Square’s eCommerce API! There’s a lot of eCommerce APIs out there, but we talked to Developer Evangelist Tristan Sokol on what …

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Postmates API Profile: Add Door-to-Door Delivery to Your App

We’ve said it once, we’ll say it again: there are a LOT of cool APIs out there. That’s why we’re starting a series this holiday season dedicated to exploring some of our favorite APIs. We’re calling it….12 days of APIs! To kick things off, we’re profiling delivery service, Postmates. We spoke to Postmates’ Partner Engineer Andrew …

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How Mark Zuckerberg Proved AI is All About APIs

This week, Mark Zuckerberg published the results of his 2016 project – building a real world Jarvis. This AI-based personal assistant gets commands from Zuck, and in turn, operates certain parts of his home. Here’s a video he posted (with a special voice actor) showing Jarvis’ functionalities. In a Facebook post, Mark described how his …

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Why the Yarn Release Generated SO Much Buzz

If you’re a JavaScript programmer, you’ve heard something about Yarn these last few weeks. Yarn’s release generated a lot of conversation and activity very quickly. Just look at Node Source’s chart tracking the amount of activity on GitHub around Yarn the first three days it was out: Most tools don’t usually generate this much adoption …

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Easy Developer Halloween Costumes

It’s always a drag to come up with fun costumes for Halloween. Especially if you’re a developer and you’re lazy. Luckily, we have some ideas that should be pretty painless to pull off. Click the images for the original source link.

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7 Ways to Celebrate Ada Lovelace Day

Ada Lovelace wrote the first computer program in 1843…one hundred years before a computer was actually invented. Ada Lovelace Day, on the other hand, was founded in 2009 by Suw Charman-Anderson to celebrate the achievements of this programmer and other women in STEM fields. The birth of this programmer-specific holiday rose awareness around this somewhat unknown …

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