Whoa. I love this idea already. Gonna be massive user and provider.
Augusto Marietti, Marco Palladino and Mike Zonca founded Mashape in November 2010 to create a unified, all-in-one marketplace where one could go to find, sell, distribute, and hack on APIs, believing that APIs would become an essential part of the conversation for developers. Though it wasn’t an easy road, last September Mashape raised $1.6 million from NEA, Charles River Ventures, Jeff Bezos, and Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors — to name a few.
Mashape has been in private beta since, testing its model and “building out the supply-side,” says Marietti. Today, the startup is finally throwing back the curtains, officially opening to the public, with new features and inventory in stock.
Github recently opened quite a few eyeballs with its $100 million from Andreessen Horowitz. The startup, which is part code sharing and publishing service, part marketplace, and part social network for programmers, had yet to raise a round. It…
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