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GraphQL is the God Mode of Web Development

Episode Summary

GraphQL has arguably changed the entire paradigm of writing full-stack web applications. In today’s episode, Esko, Ian and Dirk discuss GraphQL, Apollo, and Relay, and why they can, in good conscience, be called a web developer’s cheat codes.

Episode Notes

GraphQL has arguably changed the entire paradigm of writing full-stack web applications. In today’s episode, Esko, Ian and Dirk discuss GraphQL, Apollo, and Relay, and why they can, in good conscience, be called a web developer’s cheat codes.

Guests

Ian Fosbery is a big believer in good communication—both face-to-face, and through code. For the past 15 years, he has been building products, writing code, and getting excited about everything from good software design to devops and scale.

Dirk Geurs is a technologist interested in creating high-performing software teams. Over the last year, he worked on various cross-platform mobile applications.

Host

Esko Lahti is an engineer who is lazy and loves to take the easy way out. (Editor’s note: No one has ever witnessed Esko take an easy way out of anything.)

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