Speaker Announcement: The Guardian’s Michael Brunton-Spall

Michael Brunton-Spall

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One of our themes for this year’s event will be open data and open APIs and the possibilities they provide for developers to build great things! That’s why we’re excited that the Guardian are coming along to present a session on the use of their APIs. Michael’s talk will start with the following question: apart from the data blog with tons of free data tables, the World Government Data store telling us where to find open government data, the COINS database, and full fat RSS feeds what have the Guardian ever done for us?

Well yes obviously the content api… the content api goes without saying.

Michael Brunton-Spall is the Developer Advocate for the Guardian newspaper. An experienced developer who has scaled and built the Guardian website with the development team over the last 3 years, Michael programs in several languages, but currently is enjoying using python for most of his day to day work.