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SkillsCast

Open Banking - From Scraping to APIs

12th November 2018 in London at CodeNode

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Banking is changing, and so is the way we interact with financial services. In the talk we’ll be touching on what Open Banking is and why it’s interesting to software developers. Then we'll launch ourselves into some of the APIs from a rubyist perspective and the real world experiences and challenges of working in a complex ecosystem that contains both established banking institutions and fintech startups.

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Open Banking - From Scraping to APIs

Toby Pinder

Toby is a software engineer at FinTech credit reference agency Credit Kudos, a service using transactional data to build a new kind of credit score. He works with banking scrapers and leads Open Banking integrations in order to provide consumers with access to affordable financial services. Toby is a regular contributor to the Open Banking ecosystem, both through transparency initiatives such as performance monitoring and coordinated issue management, and via contributions to the standards development process.

SkillsCast

Banking is changing, and so is the way we interact with financial services. In the talk we’ll be touching on what Open Banking is and why it’s interesting to software developers. Then we'll launch ourselves into some of the APIs from a rubyist perspective and the real world experiences and challenges of working in a complex ecosystem that contains both established banking institutions and fintech startups.

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Thanks to our sponsors

About the Speaker

Open Banking - From Scraping to APIs

Toby Pinder

Toby is a software engineer at FinTech credit reference agency Credit Kudos, a service using transactional data to build a new kind of credit score. He works with banking scrapers and leads Open Banking integrations in order to provide consumers with access to affordable financial services. Toby is a regular contributor to the Open Banking ecosystem, both through transparency initiatives such as performance monitoring and coordinated issue management, and via contributions to the standards development process.