We're a regular meetup of people interested in GraphQL and its ecosystem. We have speakers from all around the globe telling us about the latest developments in the GraphQL world.
This edition of GraphQL Berlin Meetup is dedicated to the new adepts of GraphQL art. We have two amazing speakers scheduled for this event: ◭ Vignesh T.V. (@techahoy) - "GraphQL - From A to Z". In this talk, we will walk through GraphQL and the ecosystem around it as a whole. We will look at fully typed end-end architectures, address the most common questions/gotchas, the various tools which can help you in your workflow and how you can incrementally scale up your stack as your usecase demands it with code walkthroughs wherever applicable. This talk would be based on the GraphQL series as published here: https://medium.com/timecampus/graphql-diving-deep-c7c0abe608b2 Vignesh is the founder of Timecampus, a bootstrapped startup building a Time Management Platform for users and businesses. Before becoming a solopreneur, he led a research and development team of 25 at Ramco Systems and also served as a consultant there for some time. He spends his free time blogging on Medium about a range of topics, from time management and productivity to the open source ecosystem - GraphQL, Kubernetes, Web Components, Architecture and so on. He also enjoys providing feedback and helping out with open source projects. Github: https://github.com/tvvignesh Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tvvignesh Stephan Schneider: "Ramp up your GraphQL learning experience with data you already have" With so much tooling available in the GraphQL ecosystem, it can easily be overwhelming and hard to get started. Sometimes this stress can be relieved by using known data shapes you already worked with. You have a pet project laying around using a DB storage? Or some fixtures from an idea you never executed on? Your company's proprietary ORM could use some GraphQL layer? Watch how to make use of those raw diamonds for your own dopamine rush. Stephan Schneider is a backend developer at Contentful. Since 2018 GraphQL is not just an interesting technology for him anymore when he started participating in the company's initial development of their first GraphQL API. He has not stepped back since and constantly plays with new ways to integrate pre-existing data into GraphQL. Github: https://github.com/zcei Listen closely to the talks and answer the quiz question correctly for a chance to win cool prizes! Link to the event If you'd like to speak at one of our events, get in touch with u at firstname.lastname@example.org! See you there! GraphQL Berlin Meetup Team