Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 3rd and 4th, 2009
Khurram Khan works as a Sr. Product Owner in Platform team at PayPal. Prior to PayPal he worked at Intel Corporation under various capacities such as internet software engineer, project manager, Release program manager and in PDLC process improvement. Prior to PayPal he worked as a sales executive at Focus Softnet providing ERP solutions to wide range of industries such as health, education, banking and IT. Khurram completed his Masters in Computer Since from Detroit, MI and M.B.A in management from Portland, OR. Outside work Khurram enjoys playing soccer and spending time with his Family.
PayPal’s new APIs allow deeper access into PayPal core functionality, helping you to develop new and efficient payment solutions for goods and services and providing greater opportunities to profit from your winning apps. The Code & Build Lab gives you access to PayPal’s next generation APIs with direct support from our engineers. Please bring your own laptop to the Code & Build Lab.</p> An overview of the Adaptive Payments functionality including features like PreApprovals, Parallel Payments and Chained Payments.
In addition to the overview of Adaptive payments we will also review new beta versions of SDKs for Java, PHP and .NET—Making an API call can get complicated in a hurry - and that's where PayPal's Platform SDKs come in. PayPal offers Software Development Kits (SDKs) to help manage integration complexities. The SDKs include client libraries that do the heavy lifting, so developers or end users only need to program to the "wrapper" library APIs without needing to spend time learning details of payload formats or message protocols and URL en/decoding. One of heavy lifting is for SSL handshake which is always bit time consuming to setup for API transactions. SDKs also work with Proxy/Firewall servers.
NDA is required to attend this session.