Articles by: Ken Tabor

Ken Tabor is a veteran programmer with years of experience developing websites, mobile apps and video games. He shares his enthusiasm for technology as a writer, teacher and frequent speaker at conferences including South by Southwest, DevNexus and Big Design. Ken is currently a software engineer at Sabre helping foster a modern developer experience for its API platform. His areas of interest include NodeJS, machine learning, and design thinking. He is the author of "Responsive Web Design Toolkit," published by Focal Press. When Ken isn’t working he’s having an adventure with his daughter. They’re always looking for the best chocolate, books, and coffee in Dallas. He can be reached at kenneth.tabor@sabre.com. Follow him on Twitter, @kentabor.

Blog Apr 12, 2019

An introduction to GraphQL

GraphQL is a protocol for communicating with APIs. API stands for "application programming interface." These are the digital tools that...

Blog Dec 27, 2018

10 technologies that a programmer should learn in 2019

Reflecting on 2018 I consider end-of-year a time to reflect. As I consider 2018, I feel it’s been a good...

Blog Sep 4, 2018

Searching for the best air offers with the Bargain Finder Max API

Introducing This Code Sample We offer an API called Bargain Finder Max. It’s a highly capable service empowering software developers...

Blog Oct 13, 2015

Ken Tabor asks devs how their website measures up

I’ve been working at Sabre for 4 years and I’m currently a product engineer on the TripCase team. I have...

Blog Mar 9, 2015

Sabre product engineer to lead “What’s Before Mobile First?” workshop at SXSW

On the Road to SXSW Interactive South by Southwest (SXSW) is a conference and festival held annually in Austin, TX....

Blog Aug 14, 2014

What’s Before Mobile First?

I have the honor of speaking at the Big Design conference on September 5, which is a Dallas-hosted conference featuring...

Blog Jun 11, 2014

Brain Bootcamp – Sabre Style

Sabre has already devised a unique and challenging spin on the traditional "hackathon" with this week’s “Innovation Garage.”  The challenge...

Blog May 29, 2014

No cars in this garage

Innovation. Creativity. Invention. What do these words mean? For some companies, these words and concepts get talked about a lot,...