6:00pm Doors open
6:30pm How we expose distributed JS services to customers using an embedded v8 context by Kurt Mackey
7:00pm Running GraphQL Everywhere by Evans Hauser
7:30pm 15 Seconds of Fame
9:00pm Meetup over
Thank you to our host Okta for providing space and snacks. Add auth to your apps: https://developer.okta.com/
How we expose distributed JS services to customers using an embedded v8 context by Kurt Mackey
Running GraphQL Everywhere by Evans Hauser
In this talk, I introduce GraphQL, demonstrate how to create a GraphQL server based on Node, and discuss deploying a GraphQL service in traditional, serverless, and edge environments.
Evans Hauser (https://twitter.com/evanshauser) is a open source engineer at Apollo, focusing on building production-grade GraphQL tools and services. He started the Apollo link and Apollo bot projects and currently maintains Apollo server.
Code of conduct: All attendees are expected to abide by the code of conduct outlined here: http://confcodeofconduct.com/
Q: Will food be provided?
A: Light snacks and drinks will be provided, with gluten-free and vegetarian options.
Q: Can I bring my bicycle?
A: True red-blooded Americans drive cars everywhere, but if you're bringing a bike, don't lock it outside, bring it up to the 2nd floor with you.
Q: Is the venue wheelchair accessible?
Q: Is closed captioning provided for the hard of hearing?
A: We currently do not have plans to offer closed captioning, however, we can offer headphones with increased volume for the hard of hearing. Please reach out to the organizers if you would like to take advantage of this, or if it is an issue for you.
Q: Can I come and tell everyone to use my new app? Everyone should use my app!
A: Please re-think your life choices.