Designing APIs with Empathy

November 8th, 2019 |
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It is important for developers to build up their own empathy in order to design APIs with a UX mindset. That makes APIs easier for other engineers to use more effectively, according to Kollivakkam Raghavan, Director of Engineering for Prism at Nutanix. “When I’m building an API for you, I will put forth the best solution that I think I would want as an engineer as to how I would want to consume that API,” he said. Raghavan spent six years as an engineer at F5 Networks and four years at Cisco as Head of Engineering. Now at Nutanix, he brings a user-centric mindset to developers to help their creations work better together with existing and future applications.

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