SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Postman, the leading platform for API development and collaboration, this week announced the launch of its Breaking Changes show series, hosted by Postman Chief Evangelist Kin Lane. The weekly show is designed for attendees to gain insights on the latest happenings within the API industry; learn from the experiences and journeys of the top companies in the world; and discover new ways to think about API design, architecture, strategy, and the overall developer experience.
Last year, more organizations than ever realized how critical APIs are for modernizing their business. Even beyond that, API collaboration is the key to solving some of today’s toughest technological challenges. Postman is the API platform that’s designed to address these challenges.
The first episode of this series, “Transform Your Business Through APIs,” will debut on Wednesday, June 9 at 9 a.m. PDT/12 p.m. EDT with Alex Reynolds, VP/GM of Platform Solutions at Shutterstock. This episode will focus on what inspired Shutterstock to pivot from an e-commerce platform to creating an API business that now powers some of the world’s leading digital platforms, including Google Ads, Wix, and Microsoft.
Upcoming guests include:
- James Higginbotham, Founder of LaunchAny
- Lorinda Brandon, VP of Engineering at BetterCloud
- Mike Amundsen, Author/Speaker/Trainer/Advisor at Amundsen.com, Inc.
- Allen Helton, Software Engineering Manager at Tyler Technologies
Breaking Changes will be available on Postman’s website.
Postman is the leading collaboration platform for API development, used by more than 15 million developers and 500,000 organizations worldwide. Postman is an elegant, flexible platform that is used to build connected software via APIs—quickly, easily, and accurately. Postman is headquartered in San Francisco and has an office in Bangalore, where the company was founded. Postman is privately held, with funding from Insight Partners, Nexus Venture Partners, and CRV. Learn more at postman.com or connect with Postman on Twitter via @getpostman.