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These slides outline some of those obvious aspects, but also touch upon some of the not-so-obvious, which - if utilitzed - could really give your API a head-up on the competition. My purpose is not to ignore the fundamental building blocks for useful APIs (authorization, security, versioning, etc.), but rather to highlight some of those additional points that may make adoption and usage of your APIs the wonderful experience you want it to be.

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PowerPoint presentations considered harmful. Please make the next time some nice blog post with sentences, like an article, instead of dumping your slides on slideshare. If we could at least see your talk at the API Strategy & Practice Conference. PowerPoint Is Evil By Edward Tufte http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/11.09/ppt2.html PowerPoint Considered Harmful By Matthew Caldwell http://www.ucl.ac.uk/~ucbpmbc/ppoint.html

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