Peter Gruenbaum

Technical Writer, Writer

Explaining deep technology

Peter founded SDK Bridge, LLC to bring together his love of technology and writing. He has worked as an API writer to describe APIs for eCommerce, automobile traffic prediction, electric utilities, mobile phones, and tractors, just to name a few. At Red Llama, he created a program to teach creative technology classes to low-income youth to inspire them to consider technology careers, obtaining grant money from the Gates Foundation, Microsoft, and others. This program has now become the Software Development for Kids project at SDK Bridge. Peter received his BA in Physics from the University of Chicago and his PhD in Applied Physics from Stanford University.
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University of Chicago, BA, Physics
Stanford University, PhD, Applied Physics
Seattle, WA, USA|English
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Published Content

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worldweatheronline.com
Guide
World Weather Online API Documentation

Documentation for a weather REST API.

docs.citygridmedia.com
Guide
CityGrid APIs

Documentation for CityGrid REST APIs.

May, 28 2014
msdn.microsoft.com
Article
“Hello World!” - A Coder’s Guide to Writing API Documentation

A guide for developers on writing API documentation, published in the Microsoft Developer's Network magazine. It was the most popular article of that issue.

November, 6 2010
blog.programmableweb.com
Blog Post
Explaining How Your API Uses OAuth

Blog posting on how to write documentation explaining how your API uses OAuth.

March, 26 2013
programmableweb.com
Blog Post
Web API Documentation Best Practices

Some best practices for writing Web API documentation.

August, 12 2010
programmableweb.com
Blog Post
Why You Should Use Markdown for Your API Documentation

Explains why Markdown is a good choice for API documentation.

February, 19 2015
programmableweb.com
Blog Post
How to Write Effective API Sample Code

Provides pointers on how to write good sample code for APIs.

December, 2 2014
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