Postman Collection Integration: Enhance Customer Experiences with Postman; Biking Advocacy in U.S. Cities

Kulkarni, Kedar, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia
Norton, Peter, EN-Engineering and Society, University of Virginia
Vrugtman, Rosanne, EN-Comp Science Dept, University of Virginia

Among the many paths to greater efficiency, two of the most important are automation to reduce manual effort and system redesign to reduce energy intensity.

How can incorporating Postman, an Application Programming Interface platform, in a software integration platform enhance customers' experiences? If customer development overhead in software integration is reduced, customers can develop more powerful integrations. An Agile methodology was used for the software development lifecycle. The project was successful and can be improved by supporting more features of Postman.

How do advocates of biking advance their agendas in major U.S. cities? To pursue policy change and cycling infrastructure, advocacies petition local governments, educate the public, and engage in grassroots organizing. In so doing, they invoke values such as sustainability, equity, and health. These organizations give the power to the people to make their voice heard, educate the public to make biking enjoyable and practical, and build a community of motivated cyclists. These methods can serve as a model for advocacies around the U.S. that aim to challenge a car-first status quo and promote biking.

BS (Bachelor of Science)
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