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April 18th, 2019 Announcements Security Taking Our Bug Bounty Program Public By Tobias Schmidt
September 23rd, 2016 Announcements API Sign-up Changes By Platform Team
Today we are launching a new API application process.
Starting today, developers will need to fill out an application form to request access to our API.
Here is why.
Here is what it means.
If you wish to submit an API Application Form, click here.
August 1st, 2016 Announcements API Removal of Groups endpoints By James Welch
As well as adding new features and updates, we review existing features to see if they're still beneficial to the community.
As we dug into the best ways for curators to connect with artists and fans, we found that Groups aren't working as well as reposts and curated playlists.
With that in mind, we've decided to phase out Groups on Monday, August 22nd to make room for future updates.
From this date, all Groups-related GET requests will no longer return results, and PUT requests will not persist any changes.
If your application relies on Groups, please update it by August 22nd, 2016.
July 19th, 2016 Announcements Open Source Monitoring Go Prometheus has come of age – a reflection on the development of an open-source project By Björn "Beorn" Rabenstein
On Monday this week, the Prometheus authors have released version 1.0.0 of the central component of the Prometheus monitoring and alerting system, the Prometheus server. (Other components will follow suit over the next months.) This is a major milestone for the project. Read more about it on the Prometheus blog, and check out the announcement of the CNCF, which has recently accepted Prometheus as a hosted project.
July 5th, 2016 Announcements Recommendation System Machine Learning Building radio stations at SoundCloud By Nicola Bortignon
Over the last 100 years we have dialed into radio stations at home, on the road, or in the office to access a curated mix of top hits delivered to us by our favorite DJ. With more and more of our daily activities taking place online, we find our source of music now comes from a mix of our mobile phones, our desktop computers and the radio - and is available to us whenever we need it. The amount of music available today is endless. The music scene has never been so vibrant. A proliferation of production tools at low cost and the ease at which an artist can share their sounds, gives everyone the opportunity to share their work at any time, with only a few clicks.
Keeping this in mind, we set out to determine: How can we bring a radio like experience to SoundCloud that would enable you to tune-in and lean back?