The Exchange Network and E-Enterprise community convene EN/EE Open Calls to increase information sharing among Partners. These calls are an opportunity for the community to gather and discuss topics of interest.
The next Open Call, to be held May 11, 2016, from 12:30-1:30 PM ET, will focus on the Basics of APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). US EPA’s Andrew Yuen, will provide a general overview of APIs, how they are used, and examples of APIs at EPA (with some specifics on REST APIs). There will also be time for participants to ask questions and share their experiences. If you have worked with APIs within your organization, we encourage you to participate and share your experiences during the Open Call.
To participate in the Open Call, please register at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2075568265334399236.
Note that we are using GoToWebinar for the Open Call. Participants will enter the audio portion muted. To participate in the Q&A, please join the conversation via phone and enter the audio pin that appears on your GoToWebinar dashboard. If you must use your computer audio, please ensure you have a headset and speaker.
For more information or to provide ideas for future EN/EE Open Calls, please contact Kristen Durance at kdurance [at] rossstrategic.com.
Matthew Leopard, Interoperability and Operations Team EPA Co-Chair
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
E: leopard.matthew [at] epa.gov
Chris Simmers, Interoperability and Operations Team State Co-Chair
New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services
E: chris.simmers [at] des.nh.gov
May 19, 2016, Update
The recording of this Open Call is available at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/3481850234642695682