Tanmai Gopal is the CEO, co-founder of Hasura, an open-source technology company that helps modern product teams use GraphQL in cloud-native applications. Prior to Hasura, he ran a niche consulting firm helping enterprises migrate to container-based architectures. He is a fullstack developer whose areas of interest and work span React, GraphQL, Haskell, Postgres & Kubernetes.
Core team at Gatsby. When he isn't writing code, Sid enjoys scuba diving, reading and lazing with his dogs. He lives in Mumbai, India and writes at sidhartha.dev.
MiniConf is just a shorter version of a Regular conferences you got used to.
There will be 6 Speakers, 150 attendees, and lots of networking and fun!
We’ve brought experts from all around the world so you could learn about GraphQL best practices and become a part of the GraphQL community!
Drinks and networking
GraphQL is great! So let’s just “GraphQL all the things!!” But does GraphQL really fits everywhere? What might be some of the issues of using GraphQL between services? In this talk I will demo the current ways of using GraphQL between services and reveal a new radical approach that might shine a new light on the subject.
In this talk you will get to know how GraphQL works really well for monoliths & the problems that arise when taking GraphQL to microservice and serverless architectures. You'll see a few patterns that can allow for extracting the benefit of GraphQL while also keeping the benefits of a microservices/serverless architecture.
Your frontend developers are pushing to get started with GraphQL, but you don’t have the backend capacity to migrate your existing REST APIs to GraphQL? In this talk, I’ll show how to wrap existing REST APIs into one single GraphQL endpoint on both the client and server side.
GraphQL is transforming the way we build apps. Front-end devs love it because they get more control. Back-end devs or infrastructure engineers might feel pushed out of their comfort zone and refuse to change. Understanding how GraphQL can improve the way we build products is key for successful GraphQL adoption.
GraphQL is one of the best things to have happened to modern web development. You might've heard that Gatsby uses GraphQL but Gatsby compiles away your GraphQL queries at build time. It's also what makes fetching data from 100s of different data sources possible and intuitive in Gatsby. In this talk, we'll dive deep into Gatsby's GraphQL layer and talk about automatic schema inference, schema customisation, build time query extraction and more.