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Max Stoiber (CEO, Stellate) and Abhi Aiyer (Tech Lead, Gatsby) dive deep into the GraphQL ecosystem with experts from the industry. Listen in for practical tips from production power users, discussions about the evolution of the language and the tooling, the work of the GraphQL Foundation, and so much more.
 
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GraphQL.FM is a weekly show on all things GraphQL. Every week Marc-Andre Giroux (GitHub) and Tony Ghita (Twitch.tv) chat with a GraphQL expert. The show is live-streamed on Twitch every Tuesday at 12PM PST! (https://www.twitch.tv/graphqlfm)
 
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Hear Jason Kuhrt's perspective on: Nexus 1 => 2 Quick API rewrite CRUD aspects Velocity win API design Growing APIs Changes to Nexus Prisma Reliability & flexibility and much more… Jason Kuhrt is a software engineer and trained designer with an interest in art, design, engineering and humanities. Jason is currently working as the tech lead at Prism…
 
Hear Jason Kuhrt's perspective on: Prisma Breaking APIs Tactical breakage What is Nexus Prisma? Nexus origins Schema-First Code-First Type-Safety Upcoming Nexus version Boilerplate speed-up and much more… Jason Kuhrt is a software engineer and trained designer with an interest in art, design, engineering and humanities. Jason is currently working a…
 
Hear Jason Kuhrt's perspective on: Stellate loves Prisma Learnings from v1 Prisma 2 Nexus transition Prisma Client Open source pillar Aim for "magic" Prisma Data Platform Prisma @ Gatsby Nexus Prisma and much more… Jason Kuhrt is a software engineer and trained designer with an interest in art, design, engineering and humanities. Jason is currently…
 
Hear Jason Kuhrt's perspective on: Prisma Nexus Dogfooding open source Impacting API decisions nexus-result-field 3 Failure categories Type-Safety and much more… Jason Kuhrt is a software engineer and trained designer with an interest in art, design, engineering and humanities. Jason is currently working as the tech lead at Prisma, the popular open…
 
Hear Jason Kuhrt's perspective on: What Is Prisma? Prisma v1 vs v2 Prisma Schema Prisma Client Prisma Migrate Prisma Data Platform Team collaboration Gotchas Data Proxy and much more… Jason Kuhrt is a software engineer and trained designer with an interest in art, design, engineering and humanities. Jason is currently working as the tech lead at Pr…
 
Hear Jason Kuhrt's perspective on: Career history Design studies Being self-taught jQuery to Node.js Fine-Arts education GraphQL early days and future Complexity sweet spot gRPC Barrier to entry and much more… Jason Kuhrt is a software engineer and trained designer with an interest in art, design, engineering and humanities. Jason is currently work…
 
Hear Jason Kuhrt's perspective on: Prisma Nexus Dogfooding open source GraphQL early days Design education Path to coding Prisma learnings Schema design Data modeling, and much more… Jason Kuhrt is a software engineer and trained designer with an interest in art, design, engineering and humanities. Jason is currently working as the tech lead at Pri…
 
In this clip Benjie Gillam, GraphQL TSC member, shares his perspective on: Open source monetization strategies Open core models Aligning incentives Paid plugins sponsorships Support contracts Building services Golden pot Encouraging companies and much more… Listen to the full interview here: https://graphqlradio.com/episodes/postgraphile-and-beyond…
 
In this clip Benjie Gillam, GraphQL TSC member, shares his perspective on: Different open source models Facebook / Meta approach Corporation Independence GraphQL Foundation Funding struggle Better funding options Win-Win OS support Widespread sponsorships and much more… Listen to the full interview here: https://graphqlradio.com/episodes/postgraphi…
 
In this clip Benjie Gillam, GraphQL TSC member, shares his perspective on: PostGraphile v5 Why closed source? 3.5 year research project Freedom to iterate Graphile LLC Journey to paid maintainer Sponsorship Grand rebuild Client work and much more… Listen to the full interview here: https://graphqlradio.com/episodes/postgraphile-and-beyond-w-benjie-…
 
In this clip Benjie Gillam, GraphQL TSC member, shares his perspective on: Custom middlewares Row-Level security policy Strong security Using external data sources PostGraphile's ease of use and much more… Listen to the full interview here: https://graphqlradio.com/episodes/postgraphile-and-beyond-w-benjie-gillam-graphql-technical-steering-committe…
 
In this clip Benjie Gillam, GraphQL TSC member, shares his perspective on: PostGraphile & PostgreSQL PostgreSQL business layer Extensibility Schema process Plugin-Based architecture Industry usage Heavy filters PostgreSQL-backed GraphQL API Graphcool ORM battle ORM to Front-End and much more… Listen to the full interview here: https://graphqlradio.…
 
In this clip Benjie Gillam, GraphQL TSC member, shares his perspective on: Managing GraphQL implementations GraphQL Foundation independence Supporting the ecosystem Attending working groups Graphile origin story Software best practices Data models Taking over PostGraphQL PostgreSQL Graphile Worker Being database-centric and much more… Listen to the…
 
In this clip Benjie Gillam, GraphQL TSC member, shares his perspective on: GraphQL TSC meetups TSC nominations Upcoming TSC members Multiple working groups Spec Working Group How to contribute ideas Fundamental spec changes Start with problem Agenda meetings and much more… Listen to the full interview here: https://graphqlradio.com/episodes/postgra…
 
In this clip Benjie Gillam, GraphQL TSC member, shares his perspective on: Why specs are powerful Agnostic tooling Contributing ideas Proposing changes Early GraphQL adopters Working Group involvement Lee Byron Technical Steering Committee responsibilities and much more… Listen to the full interview here: https://graphqlradio.com/episodes/postgraph…
 
In this clip Benjie Gillam, GraphQL TSC member, shares his perspective on: Being bored in computer science classes in uni How he built his career from a hobby How he remembers the early GraphQL scene Lee Byron's plan and accurate vision @defer and @stream The GraphQL Foundation Independence from Meta The GraphQL Working Group and much more… Listen …
 
Hear Benjie Gillam's perspective on: The many different models for open source Dropping out of computer science classes What the early GraphQL community was like The Momentum of GraphQL The independence from Meta The GraphQL Foundation The GraphQL Working Group The upcoming PostGraphile release Open source sponsoring The widespread benefits of supp…
 
In this episode, Tony and Marc chat with Diana Suvorova and Giancarlo Anemone about what GraphQL looks like at Uber. We mainly chat about their amazing approach to managing GraphQL APIs serving data from thousands of services. Follow Diana: https://twitter.com/DianaSuvorova Follow: Giancarlo: https://twitter.com/GKAnemone Fusion.js https://fusionjs…
 
This week, Tony and Marc chat with Shruti Kapoor from PayPal. We chat about the biggest GraphQL misconceptions, getting started with GraphQL in the enterprise, and Shruti shares a GraphQL joke! Follow Shruti: https://twitter.com/shrutikapoor08
 
This week, Tony and Marc chat with Andy Ingram. Andy is one of the most knowledgeable GraphQL experts out there and has been in the GraphQL community since its very beginnings. We chatted about Relay vs other GraphQL. clients, Global IDs, Connections, observability, and more. Andy's blog: https://andrewingram.net/ Andy's Twitter: https://twitter.co…
 
In this episode of GraphQLfm, Tony and Marc chat with Mark Larah, a Tech Lead working on the API team at Yelp. We talk about GraphQL internal tooling, how developers at Yelp design schemas using the "Dream Query" concept, Dataloaders, and a lot more! Follow Mark: https://twitter.com/mark_larah Show Notes: - "Dream Query" https://engineeringblog.yel…
 
In this episode, Tony and Marc chat with Erik Wittern from IBM about GraphQL research and GraphQL cost analysis. We chatted about rate-limiting GraphQL using a static analysis approach, pagination patterns, and more. Follow Erik: https://twitter.com/erikwittern Things we talked about: A Principled Approach to GraphQL Query Cost Analysis: https://ar…
 
In this episode, Tony and Marc chat with Jesse Rosenberger, the engineering manager of the server team at Apollo GraphQL. We chat about GraphQL federation: A specification and declarative way to unify multiple GraphQL sources as one gateway. FOLLOW Jesse Rosenberger ➢ Twitter: https://twitter.com/abernix FOLLOW Apollo ➢ Careers: https://www.apollog…
 
This week on GraphQL.FM we chatted with Uri Goldshtein, founder of The Guild. We talked about GraphQL-Mesh, Open Source models for businesses, and a ton more! (Tony had to step out for an emergency early on!) FOLLOW Uri Goldshtein ➢Twitter: https://twitter.com/urigo ➢ The Guild: https://the-guild.dev FOLLOW GraphQL.FM ➢ Twitch: https://twitch.tv/gr…
 
This week on GraphQL.FM we chatted with Scott Walkinshaw, Staff Software Developer @ Shopify. We talked about Shopify's GraphQL architecture, versioning, caching, security, and a lot more! Shopify is HIRING: https://www.shopify.ca/careers FOLLOW Scott Walkinshaw https://twitter.com/swalkinshaw FOLLOW GraphQL.FM (https://twitch.tv/graphqlfm, https:/…
 
In this week's episode, Tony and Marc chat with Dan Schafer, co-creator of GraphQL and director of engineering at Facebook. We talk about GraphQL's history, data layers, microservices and monoliths, and more! Follow Dan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dlschafer Follow Facebook Open Source: https://twitter.com/fbOpenSource (Intro music by Englewood)…
 
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