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Tickets for the 'API Strategy and Practice Conference' Are Now Available - Call for Presentations Closes January 17

AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS -- (Marketwired) -- 01/07/14 -- After bringing together over 500 API professionals in October in San Francisco, the first European edition of the API Strategy and Practice Conference (http://apistrategyconference.com) will take place at the Beurs van Berlage, located near the Dam Square, in Amsterdam from March 26 - 28, 2014. Event passes, including early-bird discounted tickets, are now available at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/api-strategy-and-practice-conference-amsterdam-tickets-10042227573.

Speakers announced today include: David Haskiya, Product Developer Manager at Europeana and Simon Redfern, CEO at Open Bank Project. New speakers will be added to the conference program regularly. The list of confirmed speakers can be found on the event website at: http://www.apistrategyconference.com/2014Amsterdam/speakers.php

The call for speakers/ talks is now also open for submission of talks for the event at http://www.apistrategyconference.com/2014Amsterdam/contact-call-for-papers.php
Proposals are requested by January 17, 2014.

The program will include a combination of Keynotes, Panels and Breakout sessions in which speakers share strategic and technical insights on how the operations of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are changing the face of digital business -- enabling new business and technical strategies across many industries. The conference also has a sponsor area and themed API workshop sessions. Themed sessions in the program include sector areas such as Music, Social, Media, Government, Payments and E-Commerce APIs as well as deep dives into API Security, Scalability, Business Models, Marketing and Methodology.

Additional speakers will include: John Sheehan / Runscope, Gordon Hollingworth / Raspberry Pi, Jarmo Eskelinen / Forum Virium Helsinki, Ken Wronkiewicz / Rackspace, Mike Amundsen / Layer 7 and Kin Lane / API Evangelist.

Media that would like to attend can secure complimentary press passes by contacting [email protected]

This event is co-organized by 3scale and API Evangelist and is made possible by the generous support of Apiary,io, APIDays, Marketing Amsterdam and Nordic APIs.

About 3scale:
Founded in 2007, 3scale provides a Plug & Play SaaS API Management platform and infrastructure enabling developers and companies to securely open, control, manage, operate and monetize their API to 3rd parties (e.g. developers, business partners, etc). 3scale's API Management solution is flexible, secure and web scalable enabling the distribution of a company's data, content or services to multiple devices or mobile/web applications as well as the productization of its APIs. For more information visit www.3scale.net

About API Evangelist:
API Evangelist is run by Kin Lane, a technology professional with an obsession for Application Programming Interfaces or APIs. His blog at API Evangelist chronicles API evolution and seeks to provide insights and best practice from both a technical and business perspective. He also writes at APIVoice and APIStack.

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