Our team has spent a lot of time doing repetitive, tedious tasks when writing APIs. We would write the types and networking on the backend and then do it all again in TypeScript on the frontend. We’d do it again when writing client libraries and a fourth time when updating our documentation and Postman collection. Writing the same code repeatedly and keeping it all in sync is time-consuming, error-prone, and work no engineering team wants to do. You define your API in OpenAPI or Fern, and we automatically generate an idiomatic wrapper in Node/TypeScript, Python, Java, and Go. We take care of publishing the SDKs to registries such as npm and PyPI.
Howdy, I'm Danny the CEO at Fern. In my last gig, I was a product manager at AWS. Prior to that, I founded an e-commerce business in high school, scaled it in college, and that experience led me to join Amazon. My journey: Cleveland --> Ann Arbor --> Seattle --> San Francisco
Hey! I'm one of the builders of Fern, where we're making it easier to build APIs. Before Fern, I worked at Palantir as a software engineer.
Deep is a YAML engineer at Fern. Before Fern, he worked as a software engineer at Palantir focusing on data integration at the Department of Defense and US Army.