Learn best practices from teams putting GraphQL into production in a variety of environments.
Be the first to see cutting edge tools that make GraphQL development more productive.
Go beyond "Hello, world!" and discover sophisticated techniques for your current and future needs.
Tech Lead at Airbnb
Open Source Engineer at Apollo
Developer Advocate at GitHub
Engineering Manager at Surveymonkey
Developer Advocate at Gatsby
Platform Interface Engineer at GitHub
Software Engineer at Netflix
Core Team Member for Vue
Co-Founder at Prisma
Engineer and Instructor at Moon Highway
More speakers to be announced soon!
Boost your skills before Summit starts by attending the one-day Fullstack GraphQL Bootcamp!
Learn to build full-stack applications in a day using GraphQL and Apollo in this practical, fast-paced course. Starting with the schema, students will create a GraphQL API using Apollo Server 2.0. Then we’ll use this data within a React user interface using Apollo Client and React Apollo. The course will feature a range of hands-on activities and labs to ensure that students can take these skills back to their own projects right away.
Topics will include:
Alex Banks and Eve Porcello are software engineers and instructors based in Tahoe City, California. Their company (Moon Highway) is an Official Apollo Training Partner and has developed and delivered custom training curriculum for corporate clients and online for LinkedIn Learning. They are also the authors of Learning GraphQL and Learning React from O'Reilly Media.
Nearly 600 attendees took part in last year's conference which featured 30+ talks across two days.
Sashko Stubailo, Apollo
Tom Ashworth, Twitter
Brian Douglas, Netlify
All tickets include access to all sessions, breakfasts & lunches, and a special reception.
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