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Weekly API.Report For March 30th, 2015

I swear 3D Printing is continuing to cross over in some interesting ways:

Interesting week for acquisitions in my opinion:

Seems like agriculture is a continuing trend:

Several diverse areas within analytics caught my attention:

Some API aggregation tidbits:

Helpful API debugging assistance from Splunk:

Big shifts in the world of API definitions:

Some API deployment advice from this week:

Valuable API design from this week:

Keeping developers up to speed with a little API evangelism:

Some API events activity (mostly from my events ;-)

Great API lifecycle guidance out of Nordic APIs:

Lots to highlight from API management this week:

Also some interesting API monetization chatter:

Some good API monitoring leads from this week:

I am not the only one busting out the good API news:

API performance is something I'll be breaking out more as well:

Big moves fro Talend in the area of API reciprocity, and I guess cloud storage:

Like seeing talk on API stability:

Previoius weeks have been a lot of talk by me, but this wee there were two amazing visualization discussions:

Two interesting authentication pieces: 

Thoughts on automobiles:

The banking chatter I felt worthy of higlighting:

I am tracking more on blockchain now too:

Bots can be fun to throw in as well:

Browser APIs are normal, but I'm keeping a closer eye on to educate myself:

The infamous area called the business of APIs:

Oh the magic of cameras with IPs:

Two API career paths to highlight this week:

From the city government front:

Hard to tell who is winning when it comes to cloud computing:

Some interesting cloud storage specific items too:

Have to look at comments out of Facebook:

Ony a handful container related stories this week:

I will try to push more content to Tumblr as part of my evangelism work:

A single conversion story to share:

Paying our respects to cURL:

At the cybersecurity front:

Data is always a big thing:

The conversation around the data center continues to grow:

Two database items caught my attention:

Couple of deprecation items flagged as part of story:

Devops creeping into the mix:

And like that, drones are on the menu:

I'm hoping for a lot more election data and API activity in the future:

An interesting email integration between platforms I track on:

The coverage of embeddable comments at Reddit:

Encryption love from aWS:

Some great energy stories this week:

Focus on the enterprise:

The super fun area of facial recognition:

The news worth discussing out of the federal government:

Three things caught my eye in the financial space:

Look fitness from the gaming console!

Hackathon news that makes me happy:

Some of it is more IoT than healthcare, but still pretty robust this week:

A single, very cool hotel related story this week:

IDE space is coming into focus when it comes to APIs:

Good ideas are contagious in the API space:

Keeping an eye on the international picture:

The always active Internet of Things (IoT):

Investment blips on the radar:

An important discussion about the legal system in our country:

Libraries stories are the best:

Location is critical:

Pulling back the machine learning curtain:

Some mapping activity I followed this week:

Media is one area Microsoft is kicking butt in:

Mostly about Facebook messaging, but a handful of stories from the week:

The always fun microservices conversation(s):

Mobile chatter:

Museums stories too!

Love this music item this week:

Two new APIs to highlight:

From the mainstream news space:

Telling partners is critical to the space going round:

Some good, some weird patent news:

Strong week for payments:

No really API, but photos are key to what I do:

Interesting police stories this week:

Several fronts from world of politics:

Stories from the Politics of APIs:

A lone printing story:

Lots of privacy chatter to discuss:

Some more protection stories this week:

Two real-time thoughts from the week:

The area of Reclaim Your Domain is an area I showcase much, but track on all the time:

An eye on regulation:

API providers, make sure and provide resources like a calendar of events:

A fat SDK section this week:

Lots more security news, as expected:

Semantics isn't something you see often in my coverage:

I track on sensors, or they'll track on me:

Can't tell whether this is a thing, or anti smart meter propaganda:

Some interesting spreadsheets related items to discuss:

Yes, some state government news I can showcase:

Couple of transparency items that caught my attention:

Obligatory Transportation story:

Showcase the two-factor authentication so it becomes widespread:

Video talk from several of the big API players I track on:

Hacking the wearables this week: