Why attend POST/CON 24? Join global tech leaders for revealing panels, workshops, and fun


In less than a month, the API community will gather in San Francisco for Postman’s largest user conference ever, POST/CON 24, from April 30 to May 1. Join this packed and informative two-day event to network, learn API skills, and explore the latest tech innovations alongside global tech leaders.

We’re excited to share the news that we’ve just expanded the speaker lineup at POST/CON 24! Join us for a panel on AI led by Sri Viswanath, managing director/CEO at Coatue Ventures and ex-CTO at Atlassian. During “Navigating the Divide: Open vs. Proprietary AI,” Sri and industry leaders from cloud computing and the leading AI model providers will discuss one of the most hotly debated topics in the industry right now: the speed and accessibility of proprietary AI systems vs. the protection of knowing what’s in the underlying code of open AI systems. This is a discussion you won’t want to miss.

In addition, you can experience a conversation between Trevor Noah, comedian and former host of the Emmy® Award-winning The Daily Show on Comedy Central, and Casey Newton, founder and editor of Platformer and co-host of the Hard Fork podcast at The New York Times, on the intersection of technology and society. They’ll explore the future of software—and how it is reshaping our work, society, and culture.

Postman Co-founder and CEO Abhinav Asthana will give the opening keynote and demos on the topic of “The API-Powered AI Revolution—Are You Ready?” Later, Heroku CTO Gail Frederick will take the stage for a riveting keynote on “API Development Collaboration at Scale—Challenge and Solutions.”

There are countless ways to forge connections at POST/CON that can boost your career and your business. Before all the cutting-edge panels, you can earn one of two Postman badges by getting hands-on during an all-day workshop on April 30. And, after all that learning over two days, relax and network during a celebrity-led after-party.

Still wondering why to attend POST/CON 24? Here are just some of the biggest reasons:

  • Elevate your API skills: Level up at one of our 8-hour workshops led by the Postman team. Whether you’re new to Postman or a proficient user, you’ll walk away with new skills. And you’ll earn a Postman badge to share with colleagues, employers, and the world on social media.
  • Make connections: Mix and connect with fellow global tech leaders, including speakers from Intuit, Salesforce’s Heroku, and more. Founders and CTOs from Bay Area tech firms will be on hand, as will technical leadership from Fortune 500 companies. You may even meet your next colleague or employer.
  • Learn from the best: Learn first-hand from Postman experts and global tech leaders as they reveal the current state of APIs, their strategic and development priorities, and what they see for the future of APIs and AI.
  • Get exclusive access: Join us as Postman product leadership unveils the newest platform innovations, including advancements in AI, and how these innovations can accelerate your organization’s development efforts. Plus, you’ll be able to meet with Postman product leaders, get hands-on with demos, and share feedback.
  • Join VIP experiences: Workshop attendees will gather at San Francisco’s tallest skybar, Cityscape, and select Postman customers will join global tech leaders for an invitation-only VIP reception, hosted at the charming Bottle Club.
  • Celebrate in rare fashion: Join us at a special after-party with a rare performance by six-time Grammy winner and multi-platinum recording artist T-Pain. Connect with fellow API users and global tech leaders over cocktails, and enjoy an unforgettable evening of live music.

Don’t forget to register here to attend POST/CON 24, Postman’s biggest API conference ever: April 30 to May 1, 2024 in San Francisco.

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