At Music Glue, they got excited about GraphQL early on and built the 4th generation of our platform around it over a year ago. They've been asked a lot over the last year about their experiences of running in production and this talk will share many of the lessons they've learned and how they've affected their thinking. If you've ever wondered "this looks cool, but... prime time?", then this is for you. Alex Dytrych'll try and explain some of the tradeoffs and help you miss some of the potholes along the way
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GraphQL Growing Pains
Alex Dytrych is a freelance full-stack designer, developer, and educator. When she’s not creating apps, games, and tools for the web, she’s teaching other people how to. Alex has been using GraphQL in production on a number of projects since early 2016, and is super excited about introducing more people to the tech. You can follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/somehats, which you should definitely do, as her tweets are really good.