Webhooks are an extremely powerful and increasingly popular way for applications to share information with each other. Using a webhook, an application can notify another application when an event has occurred, and provide information about the event so that the receiving application can act on it. And yet for all of the power that webhooks provide, they're also easy to develop and work with. It's little wonder that they've become so popular in recent years.
In this session, you will discover:
Throughout his career, Tim has designed and developed a wide range of solutions - everything from inventory systems, accounting systems, contact management systems, and more.
Tim is passionate about building solutions that help businesses solve problems, increase efficiency, innovate, and grow. He’s helped start-ups, small businesses, non-profits, government agencies, educational institutions, and Fortune 50 companies use technology to achieve amazing results. A few of the organizations that he has worked with include the Library of Congress, Siemens, CarMax, Dominion Energy, and the University of Virginia.
Tim holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, with a Concentration in Information Systems, from Towson University. This is Tim's third time attending and presenting at XDC.
An interesting fact/hobby/interest that others may not know about you.
I first realized that I wanted to develop custom software for a living while in high school, and I've been doing it ever since.
Favorite TV show, band, and/or movie?
TV Show: Downton Abbey, Band: The Psychedelic Furs, Movie: Flash Gordon
If you could survive on only one food or meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Coffee, then pizza, and then more coffee.