An exploration of GraphQL with Rob Kirberich.
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What we Think of GraphQL, 88 Million Queries Later
Rob Kirberich is a Principal Engineer at Verve, where he guides overall architecture and leads the Platform team. He started working with Django 9 years ago, when he was looking for a framework that would allow him to write a CRM from scratch with no prior experience. He is best known for building slightly over-engineered conference stage installations with blinky lights and turning gears, as well as causing smoke and power outages with his electronics experiments.