API Showcase News

These are the news items I've curated in my monitoring of the API space that have some relevance to the API showcase conversation and I wanted to include in my research. I'm using all of these links to better understand how the space is testing their APIs, going beyond just monitoring and understand the details of each request and response.

Title Source Visit
Why Startups Need an API (2012-04-21) tune.com
Microsoft Azure certification training (2017-05-18) www.microsoft.com
Amazon launches new training and certification portal to lure talent to AWS (2017-05-23) thenextweb.com
AWS Training and Certification Portal Now Live (2017-05-23) aws.amazon.com
Get all you need to become a certified cybersecurity expert for only $69 (2017-05-25) thenextweb.com
Docker Enterprise Edition enters FIPS certification process (2017-06-07) blog.docker.com
Google launches a new certification program for mobile web developers (2017-09-05) techcrunch.com
Introducing the Docker Global Professional Certification Program (2017-09-29) blog.docker.com
A Review of Udacity’s React Nano Degree (2017-10-18) medium.com
36 companies agree to a Kubernetes certification standard (2017-11-13) techcrunch.com
CNCF Ensures Kubernetes Interoperability with a New Cert Program (2017-11-13) thenewstack.io
Kubernetes and OpenShift: Community, Standards and Certifications (2017-11-14) blog.openshift.com
Databricks Achieves AWS Machine Learning Competency Status (2017-11-28) databricks.com
Dataiku Achieves AWS Machine Learning Competency Status (2017-12-04) news.sys-con.com
How to Invest in Employee Training and Certification (2017-12-20) dzone.com
AWS Certifications – Types of Certification (2018-01-11) aws.amazon.com
Red Hat Certification: for developers too! (2018-01-17) developers.redhat.com
Get Certified on Apache Spark™ with Databricks (2018-08-03) databricks.com
First (2018-09-08) www.confluent.io
Learn how to get Salesforce (2018-10-07) thenextweb.com

If you think there is a link I should have listed here feel free to tweet it at me, or submit as a Github issue. Even though I do this full time, I'm still a one person show, and I miss quite a bit, and depend on my network to help me know what is going on.