What is GraphQL? Free Introduction to GraphQL Workshop

jeu. 3 mai à 12:30

Fuseau horaire : Paris (GMT+02:00)

(VORT元麻布B2) Code Chrysalis
Tokyo
Japon
Tokyo

This free workshop is for people who have never used GraphQL before. GraphQL is Facebook’s new, open-source query language for fetching application data in a uniform way. Designed to solve some of the biggest drawbacks of REST-like APIs, GraphQL is easy to learn and can be used with any backend — SQL, MongoDB, Redis, etc. GraphQL is used by little companies like Facebook, GitHub, Pinterest, Intuit, etc. In this meetup, we'll be going over:

  • concepts & fundamentals

  • why you should use GraphQL

  • how it works

  • how to get started Pre-Requisites

You must bring a laptop to this meetup.

This is for people who already have some experience in programming. Schedule 7:15pm - Doors Open --- Please do not come any earlier because we will be busy setting up.

7:30pm - Introductions

7:40pm - Intro to GraphQL by Krista Moroder

~9:15pm - Networking About the Speaker Krista Moroder is currently an educational software engineer at Code Chrysalis as well as a video producer and award-winning educator. She is also the co-founder and CTO at NonQuixote, a production company and software consultancy based out of Los Angeles and San Francisco. Past experiences include: developing curriculum for an advanced software engineering immersive in Tokyo (Code Chrysalis); working as a full stack developer at a Silicon Valley startup (Globality); directing a $40 million nationwide program at the Congressionally-authorized NGO Digital Promise; leading district instructional technology strategy; and teaching at a high school. She received ISTE’s Outstanding Young Educator of the Year award and has spoken about education transformation across the world– events include EdCrunch Russia and Made with Code at the YouTube headquarters. Krista has served on advisory boards for ISTE, the Wisconsin DPI, and Google. Other Information Because our workshop will be happening during dinner time, please feel free to bring some to eat and drink during this workshop, but make sure it does not interfere with the experience of others. We also ask that you take your trash with you when you leave! Thank you!! This meetup will be conducted in English, but Japanese language support is offered.

Source: https://www.meetup.com/fr-FR/tokyojs/events/249967317/


(VORT元麻布B2) Code Chrysalis
Tokyo
Japon

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