In this session, we’ll highlight many of the common GraphQL schema design best practices that apply to your graphs. We also share important tips that will help subgraph maintainers create and iterate on the type definitions that they contribute to the overall schema as quickly and effectively as possible, without unexpected breaking changes for clients.
  • How to design an expressive, demand-oriented schema for your federated graph that enhances predictability for API consumers through good governance practices
  • How to build your schema with developer ergonomics in mind, including establishing naming conventions and handling nullability and abstract types
  • How to leverage GraphOS to understand how your schema is being used and make informed choices about how to evolve it safely over time
Jesse Davis, Moderator
Chief Technologist, DZone
As the Chief Technologist @ DZone, Jesse is responsible for guiding the strategic direction of products and helping customers build the world’s largest, most engaging developer communities for companies like Disney, Amazon, SAP, Pixar, and Unity. Jesse has been building enterprise software and engineering teams for 25 years and is a respected executive, author, speaker, and coach. Jesse serves as a software industry advisor and, prior to Devada, Jesse developed the first data access for Java and served as an expert an innovator on industry data standards including JDBC, ODBC, and ANSI SQL.
Joe Devine
Solutions Architect - EMEA
Joe has spent the last decade delivering enterprise solutions for clients across multiple industries as a Technical Lead/Architect within IBM. Having had the opportunity to help drive GraphQL adoption for numerous large scale organizations, Joe has spent the past year at Apollo working with enterprises to aid in implementing GraphQL at scale.
Tushar Bhushan
Sr. Solutions Architect, Apollo GraphQL
Tushar is passionate about all things software from design to documentation, with several years of experience in engineering and partner-facing roles. He joins Apollo after Twitter, where he focused on building out the Twitter Ads API program both as a platform, and on customer integrations. In his free time, he loves making music and hiking.
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