Added by on August 7, 2014

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In the presentation, Ben Cull shows developers the best ways to take other people’s money, whether it be for a large client or your own side project. He talks about the history of online payment processing, the regulations for developers, the pros and cons of Stripe, Paypal, Pin Payments and Alipay including an assessment of their APIs. He even throw in some code demos to show you how to get up and running fast.

DDD Melbourne is a non profit community event run by developers, for developers. SSW TV sponsored the event by recording the sessions. SSW TV regularly sponsors DDD events all over Australia, so check out other DDD related videos on this site.

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1. What is the leading payment processor in China?

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2. What is Ben’s favourite payment processor?

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3. What is the name of the compliance you must have to process credit cards?

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About the speaker(s)

Mr Stripe

SSW Solution Architect, Ben Cull builds web applications that are lightning fast and dressed to impress. Having such a strong background in C# and SQL Server also allows him to create complex systems that run behind the scenes. In his spare time you'll find him having a cold beer and tinkering with the latest technologies.

He is currently building some Windows Phone and Windows 8 applications. Ben is the Co-Founder of TBODA, a group of 4 QUT graduates who create cool new web apps for fun. Specialties: Web Development, Websites, Web Applications, Software as a Service

You can check out Ben's awesome Beer brewing YouTube Channel 'Mash Hacks'

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  • Anthony 1 year ago

    Great presentation, looks like Stripe is the clear winner in terms of supported features. However, as buyer, I would still trust Paypal more for the following reasons:
    – I know Paypal is secured. I never heard of Stripe and Pin
    – It’s more convenient, using Paypal, I don’t have to get my wallet and enter my credit card details.
    – I can see all transactions and subscriptions via Paypal interface.
    – Credit card number can change (lost or stolen)