Enterprise 2.0, blogs, and me
Last week I told you that data is very important and can give people lots of benefits. However, data is not that useful if we can make a little use out of it. The people who own the data might not have ideas to make use that data to the fullest. However, there still billions of peoples around the world who might be able to use that data. ‘Innovation in assembly’ is the next pattern of Web 2.0 according to O’Reilly, that make use of people to create something amazing.
Steam is a popular game portal and a large community own by Valve company. Steam main service is to let people play game with their friends online or with others players around the world. Steam offers wide range of games such as DOTA2 which is a MOBA(Multiplayer Online Battle Areana) game, Super Meat Boy, an indy game, and Bejeweled twist, a puzzle game. Steam also have services such as ‘Friend’ which you can add people that you meet online. You can also give/reciev gifts from/to your friends which are games that you can buy from steam.
I pick Steam as my example because, Steam also give lots of API for people which are:
ISteamNews: Steam provides methods to fetch news feeds for each Steam game.
ISteamUserStats: Steam provides methods to fetch global stat information by game.
ISteamUser: Steam provides API calls to provide information about Steam users.
ITFItems_440: Team Fortress 2 provides API calls to use when accessing player item data.
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