An introduction to API Development Strategies with Oracle API Platform May 30th 2019 Lisbon Portugal

Join Link Consulting and Oracle for a Developer Meetup in Lisbon.


Ah… API’s! The cornerstone of any Digital Transformation initiative!

API’s have been around for decades, but have taken the spotlight in recent years, as the enablers for omnichannel and opening up organizations to the community.
As simple as they are, getting it wrong while implementing API’s is a lot more common than we think. Several common pitfalls plague organizations throughout the world, with a nasty result… people stop using them.
José Rodrigues, Head of OUG PT and one of the very few members of the Oracle ACE family to live in Portugal, will share experiences with API implementations in large organizations, strategy patterns and few typical questions revolving around integrations challenges as a whole.
Come and spend some time with us and share your own experience, with our typical gourmet dinner and beers!

Schedule: Thursday, May 30, 2019: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

Location: Auditorio Link Consulting, Avenida Duque Ávila, 23 · Lisboa

For details please visit the registration page here.

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