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American Express CardShop builds a widely used customer facing website. They have made the decision to migrate to a GraphQL interface. Karan will present a case study of their initial migration, the decisions, the discoveries and arguments for and against GraphQL. When you have an existing revenue generating product you have to justify technology change. He will present their case and describe what technologies they chose and why.
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Karan is a Fullstack developer at American Express CardShop working with Node, React and GraphQL. He is a recent graduate of Georgia Tech and studying for his Master's Degree.
Glenn graduated in 1991, no google, no iPhones, no www. Things have gotten much better, he started off writing software for fly by wire aircraft, moved into satellite & communications, worked in investments, tried his very best at startups and is still having a wonderful time. For the last few positions, he has had great team building experiences. There are certainly a great number of great people to hire but you have to work to find them, woe them and mentor them. When Glenn looks back every graduate he has hired has ended up at a great gig at a great company even if they started off small.