This is a meetup group for all people that have a passion for development, everyone is welcome! From HTML/CSS, Java to C C++/Engineers and from Swift tot .NET.
All skill levels are welcome. At each meetup, a speaker on a trending topic starts with sharing the latest insights, after which the floor is yours for discussion. All with the purpose to keep each other up to date on the latest development trends. We'll organise Meetups (almost) every month at venues in or around Amsterdam. Location, speakers, food and drinks will be arranged by Spilberg IT Dev Careers (https://www.spilberg.nl/). The topic and the quality of discussion is up to you! Is there any specific topic or a speaker you would like to see at the next Meetup? Do you want to share your insights on a (trending) topic yourself? Let us know!
"GraphQL is a query language for your API, and a server-side runtime for executing queries by using a type system you define for your data. GraphQL isn't tied to any specific database or storage engine and is instead backed by your existing code and data.
A GraphQL service is created by defining types and fields on those types, then providing functions for each field on each type."
You can find this information easily online at (https://graphql.org/learn/)
But tonight's edition of Spilberg IT Dev Café will take you much deeper.
Are you ready to share an evening of knowledge, interesting topic's and fun?
18.30 Doors open + Food
19.00 Bob van Luijt
20.00 Short break[masked] Drinks
About Bob van Luijt
Bob is a creative technologist and designer who works at the intersection of technology, design, and art.
He started his career as a freelance software developer during his art studies, and founded his company Kubrickology right after receiving his bachelor's degree. Bob helps other companies find new business opportunities by implementing and researching new technologies, such as Internet of Things, machine learning, and more.
Bob also blogs and makes tech-art installations, which you can read about on his website - or follow his activity on Github.
Be sure to attend tonight's Spilberg IT Dev Café Meetup!!