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#devexp is UX for developers. Because developers are people too.
#devexp is UX for developers. Because developers are people too.

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If you're interested in the kinds of articles this Page shares then you should join the Community.

Should we make Developer Experience a community instead?

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Follow REST/HTTP status codes -> make developers happy.

/by +Michael Mahemoff

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"When you help someone do their job better, you're not just an API, you're a superpower".

How awesome to discover there was a #DevExp  panel at #SXSW . Find here the session slides and more.

/by +Michael Mahemoff

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Can a tool for developers be given the UX treatment? Google's thinks so.

/by +Michael Mahemoff
Interested in joining a powerful team to work on the Chrome DevTools? We're looking for a UX designer / Interaction engineer in Munich to bring delight to developers everywhere. (Yes, we can relocate you and yes Munich is totally awesome)

If you're interested, get in touch with me.
https://www.google.com/about/jobs/search/#!t=jo&jid=290002&

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http://blog.programmableweb.com/2013/01/29/oauth-2-0-comparisons/

Highlights:
- Google's API Console: https://code.google.com/apis/console#access
- Google's OAuth Playground: https://developers.google.com/oauthplayground/
- Box doing the right thing according to the spec resulting in a bad developer experience
- Microsoft's list of scopes: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/live/hh243646.aspx
- App.net allowing you to generate a token for your own account without having to go through the OAuth dance

/by +Ade Oshineye 

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Instead of presenting the perfect API as a fait accompli, this recent talk showed what we all do when building an API...one step at a time.

/by +Michael Mahemoff 

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Long gone are the days when users routinely fed their vital credentials to random Twitter mashups. OAuth 2 is really the only sane way for a modern REST API to support third-party clients. Great for security, not too complicated for users, but fairly complex for developers to deal with. So Developer Experience is a challenge here and +John Sheehan has analyzed how the better-known APIs are making it come together, or not.

/by +Michael Mahemoff

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Not sure on best practice of what to share here, but here goes anyway. We tried to pick out a few of the blog posts on APIs we most liked throughout 2012:  http://www.3scale.net/2012/12/top-10-api-blog-posts-2012/. I'm sure we missed a lot - maybe we can collect some of those in the comments!
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