The first week of March I will be in London for 3 events related to documentation, APIs and Drupal Developer portals. If you are working on an API documentation project, you should not miss this opportunity:

I Love APIs - Wednesday March 2nd

A one day event organised by Apigee. "I love APIs Europe brings together European digital leaders who will share their strategies and lessons learned, combined with hands-on educational sessions led by the world's most experienced API Ninjas."

Buy your ticket here

Developer Portals in Drupal - Thursday March 3rd

A free half day workshop about Drupal Developer Portals with Apigee (whose Developer Portal is built in Drupal). On the agenda:

  • What is Drupal and why is it a good platform for Developer Portals (Kristof Van Tomme)
  • Overview and demonstration of key functionalities for a Developer Portal (Kristof Van Tomme)
  • Demo of the PoC we developed for an Apigee prospective customer (Kevin Bouwmeester)

Register for free here

Documenting APIs - all day mini-conference - Friday March 4th

A special whole day meetup in collaboration with UK’s Government Digital Services, in which we'll undertake an in-depth exploration of the tools and processes you can use to document APIs. I'm organising the event with Rosalie Marshall, and I will do a lightening talk about Code Sample Libraries in Drupal, using the GitLab field module we developed for iText.

More information and signups on the London Write The Docs meetup group

About the author

Kristof van Tomme

CEO, Co-founder

Kristof is a Drupal strategist and architect with a degree in bioengineering. He started his career as a technology manager. At Pronovix, the company he co-founded, he’s been focussing on Drupal since 4.7. Recently his interest in DITA and reusable, single source documentation have culminated in the project, an open source project that aims to become the GitHub of website documentation.

He initiated and later became the co-organizer of an introductory Drupal course at the University of Szeged (Hungary). As a permanent member of the Drupal Association, he was at some point the lead for the selection task force for European Drupalcons and of the inaugural Nomination Committee. Among others, he was the initiator and (co-)lead of Drupalcon Szeged (2008), DrupalCXO Brussels (2010), Drupal Developer Days Brussels (2011) and Drupal Government Days (2011). Currently he is involved in the organization of the Write the docs unconference in Berlin (2014 July).