Many projects these days don't warrant large amounts of design up-front and are better suited to a more iterative approach, especially when designingAPIs.
It can help to get a working prototype fast in order to drive development and realise the best design by trying them out as you go.
I'm going to introduce you to API prototyping and show you how my home-grown tool, Interfake, can help with that process. It's cool.
Feel free to bring a laptop and try it out as we go, all you need is npm installed.
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Interfake and prototyping APIs
Daniel is a developer who believes strongly in learning by doing. He abhors 100-page design documents, he can't be bothered with meetings where 12 opinions are expressed and no decisions are made, and he's against the "throw it over the wall" approach to design & development.