Darrel is a software developer at Microsoft working for the Azure API Management team. He has been building distributed business applications on the Microsoft platform for more than 20 years. He is an active member of the .NET community and OSS contributor. He is a member of the OAI TDC, working on the next version of the OpenAPI specification and recently joined the Microsoft OneAPI Council, who are responsible for providing API design guidelines within Microsoft and to the Microsoft ecosystem. He co-authored the O’Reilly book, Designing Evolvable Web APIs with ASP.NET.
Session: OpenAPI v3 – The Evolution of API Descriptions
The work on OpenAPI V3 is nearing completion. What became popular as Swagger, has evolved into a new version of the specification, under the umbrella of the Linux Foundation and supported by many of the largest tech companies.
Open V3 has many improvements and new features to help you describe your APIs. These will allow developers to describe many HTTP APIs that previously couldn’t be described with Swagger and result in better client libraries and better documentation.
Whether you are new to OpenAPI, or have lots of experience with Swagger, this talk will contain plenty of information about how to use OpenAPI and it’s new capabilities. Not only will this talk provide you with what has changed you will also get insight into why the changes were made.
Come join me, and let OpenAPI take your APIs to the next level.