You love to build and learn, and we love to help you do it. That's why the team at Deepgram has spent the past few months building a new home for our documentation and API reference. Of course, we couldn't stop there so let me take a few minutes to highlight what you'll find on the new Deepgram Developer Platform.
As I mentioned, this is where you'll find the Deepgram API documentation moving forward. But as we moved, we took time to review each page to ensure it was up-to-date and accurate so you can get started building fast. There's much more coming in this area. Stay tuned for new content targeting different learning methods.
SDKs & Tools
In the new SDKs & Tools area, you will find our official & community-driven SDKs. You'll also find integrations with 3rd parties like Twilio & Zoom, as well as accelerators that make it easy to start getting value from the Deepgram API with little to no code.
We're stoked about some of the content we have planned for our new developer blog. From beginner to advanced, our goal is to help all developers learn exciting new technologies and level up their skills. In the coming months, we'll open the ability for you to contribute to our blog and even be compensated for your work.
When you're evaluating APIs, it's always easier to make decisions if you can see examples that illustrate your needs. That's why we're building use cases with code samples you can take and start running immediately, taking you from zero to hero with minimal effort.
There's a ton of features, content, and more that I can't wait to share, but for now: Hello world! We're Deepgram and we believe every voice deserves to be heard and understood.
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