GraphQL has gone from an open source curiosity to a mainstream technology for professional app developers. Companies like GitHub, Shopify, and Yelp have launched public GraphQL APIs, and even large enterprises have standardized their app development around it. Summit is the answer to your GraphQL FOMO
In the coming weeks, we’ll announce the rest of the speakers, talk abstracts, a formal agenda, AND some time-sensitive opportunities to snag discounted tickets. Make sure to follow [@graphqlsummit] on Twitter to catch them all!
Once you’ve bought your ticket (or if you just want to hang), you can connect with other attendees ahead of the conference in the #graphqlsummit channel on [Apollo Slack].
Do you have ideas and experience to share with the community? We’d love to hear from you. GraphQL Summit Worldwide is back!
Today, we launched our event site for GraphQL Summit, the first-ever GraphQL conference. Be sure to check out the full site to see what’s in store.
GraphQL Summit wasn’t about advanced GraphQL: this was cutting-edge GraphQL! — a GraphQL Summit attendee
After listening to the community, we’ve decided to something a little different with GraphQL Summit this year. We’re splitting the event across two days with distinct focuses for GraphQL Summit Worldwide and GraphQL Summit Scale.
As more and more companies roll out GraphQL in their production environment, the larger community continues to lay the critical foundation for best practices around frontend workflows, iterative schema development, and more.