A hands-on introduction to GraphQL APIs

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  • AWS
  • Postman


  • AppSync is a fully managed service on AWS that makes it easy to develop GraphQL APIs
  • DynamoDB is a fast and flexible NoSQL database service on AWS
  • Postman is a collaboration platform for API development


“Aha!” moments have to start from somewhere

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The Era of Personalization

“Eight in 10 survey respondents say personalization is important to their organization’s strategy.” — Harvard Business Review (*)

Useful Snippets for Common Use Cases

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  • CSV
  • Column
  • Row
  • Datatype
  • Null
  • Duplicate
  • Math
  • Filter
  • Sort
  • Group by
  • Join

Sample Dataset

Break up that monolith CSV file

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Let’s Get Started!

Make your life easier, every day

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1) Full Page Screen Capture

Use this format to create a shared understanding of why we do what we do.

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  • User Story
  • Acceptance Criteria
  • Prioritization
  • Stretch Goals
  • Notes
  • Estimations

Now that one of the biggest NPM packages has been deprecated, what does that mean for your project?

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Why Would the Author Stop Development?

“The most valuable thing Request can do for the JavaScript ecosystem is to go into maintenance mode and stop considering new features or major releases.”

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Build, fly, review, and iterate

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Safely make changes to your production database schema

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