In our last post, we introduced the Slice API and shared with you a bit of the journey that inspired us to offer a public API for developers to retrieve purchase history from their users who have opted in. We touched on a few of the use cases, but didn’t go into much depth on what we see as the potential reach of our technology. So today, we’re going to describe a few of the most compelling concepts that we’ve seen for our data integrations that we’ve seen at hackathons or mocked up internally and haven’t had time to build…
We’d like to invite our friendly hackers doing their Hackathon now in http://www.facebook.com/groups/win8hack/
to try our API wares!
To whet your appetite, here’s an example code that uses Facebook and Chatterbox API to analyze your friends’ status messages.
You can download the source code here
. Let us
know if you have any questions!
Good luck guys!…
Peldi Guilizzoni giving a talk at Business of Software 2010 Conference Image credit: https://flic.kr/p/8GLvoK
Most of the times, founders think that they need VC money [mistake]. Do you really need money?
There are plenty of companies that are doing very well, without any VC money. Depends on what you wanna do, depends on what is your REAL vision of your company, etc. We see numerous companies happy during angel and VC rounds (including us), but who knows that this is the most valuable road on a long term?
It’s about 1 year that I wanna make a post in honor…