Browsing All Posts filed under »Announcement«

So Long, And Thanks for All the Data

July 30, 2012 by


The Kasabi website and APIs have now been shutdown. Thank you to everyone that tried the service and provided feedback. The team has had a fantastic journey over the last two years and we’ve learnt an incredible amount. The about page on the blog now has a brief summary of the project and what we […]

Shutting Down Kasabi

July 9, 2012 by


When we launched Kasabi we set out with a big vision that encompassed new ways to publish, share and create value from data. Our goal was to create a self-service environment that made it easier to publish data using a standard set of APIs, and support developers in finding and using that data. In this we’ve been moderately successfull: […]

Working With Data: Kasabi Workshop

February 15, 2012 by


We’re putting on a one-day Workshop in London (Venue TBC) on 21st March to help get you working with data. Anyone interested in working with data or Kasabi is welcome to join us, and we will be hacking and coding throughout the day, so bringing your laptop/devices will be helpful. You can register on the […]

Win a StrataConf Ticket: Update

February 10, 2012 by


##Update: A winner will need to be chosen earlier than announced before, so that the conference organisers know who’s coming, so the winner will be notified on 20th February. Team Kasabi has found itself holding a spare ticket to O’Reilly’s Strata Conference in Santa Clara, California. Strata Conference is the leading event for the people […]

Mobile Monday: Data-Driven Mobile Apps

January 30, 2012 by


We will be joining the Mobile Monday February gathering in London to talk about data-driven mobile apps. We’ve been looking into this world, and investigating developers’ needs for useful data; and had a go just before Christmas at working on an app ourselves. So, to explore further, Kasabi are sponsoring the Mobile Monday on 13 […]

We heart data

January 23, 2012 by


You may not have realised that the Kasabi team really likes data, so we’ve put together a poster expressing our semtiment. Alongside data, we’re also rather fond of the Kasabi bee, zipping in and out of datasets like flowers in the field…OK, so it’s Monday and I’m only on my first pot of coffee. But […]

Introducing Tim Hodson, Developer Advocate

December 8, 2011 by


I am Tim Hodson, and my raison d’être at is to find ways to help people like you be successful in using the data available through our APIs. You probably already know that the core data hosting and ready-provisioned APIs of Kasabi datasets allow you to get a data backed application out of the door […]

Taking Kasabi to the next stage

November 23, 2011 by


For the past 18 months Talis has been incubating Kasabi, helping it to grow from an experimental project into a thriving service. This year we’ve taken the service first into private and then public beta, and are making great progress towards a full live release. We’re now confident that it’s time for Kasabi to grow more rapidly […]

Welcoming William Waites to Team Kasabi

October 27, 2011 by


As I recently pointed out, I’ve been working hard to find more talented people to join Team Kasabi. One of the key roles we’ve had open for a while is “Data Engineer”. We’re working with a lot of different datasets in a lot of different domains and need help to ramp up the volume of […]

Kasabi at Mozfest

October 27, 2011 by


On the 4th, 5th and 6th of November, we’ll be joining with the Mozilla community in London for the Mozilla Festival. Hundreds of developers, designers, and “big thinkers” will gather with the simple expectation of changing the world through the web. This year’s theme is Media, Freedom and the Web—how can the web can make […]


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