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September 20th at 12AM
GraphQL SF Meetup: September Edition

This is the first of an ongoing new series of meetups for the GraphQL community in the San Francisco Bay Area organized with and supported by the GraphQL Foundation. There is still time to sign up for GraphQLConf which is taking place at the same location as this meetup on September 19-21 in Burlingame. You will get a 20% discount when registering for GraphQLConf here with code:


In addition to the tacos and the open bar, we have technical talks planned for you covering federated APIs at scale, Rust powered API development, using GraphQL with Relay, Rapid Prototyping with Graphs, and the Indexing Protocol for Web3 Data. This event was made possible by the generous support of StellateThe GuildHasuraNeo4J, and The Graph Foundation.

Finally, a special thanks goes out to Atlassian for their initial involvement in organizing most of these talks and offering to hold the event at their office in San Francisco on Tuesday, September 12th.


5:00-5:20pm Networking, food, and drinks


 Welcome message from the sponsors

5:35-5:50pm Indestructible federated APIs at scale with caching - Max Stoiber - Stellate

5:50-6:05pm Rust Powered Fullstack GraphQL - Yassin Eldeeb - The Guild

6:05-6:25pm Networking, food last call, and drinks last call

6:25-6:40pm GraphQL without Relay is not worth it - Shahidh K Muhammed - Hasura

6:40-6:55pm Rapid Prototyping with Graphs & Neo4j - William Lyon - Neo4J

6:55-7:10pm Introducing The Graph: The Indexing Protocol for Web3 Data - Pedro Diogo - The Graph Foundation

7:10-7:30pm Networking

7:30pm That's all folks!

5 Presentations
13 Attended
May 12th at 6AM
BeJS Conf - Conference Day IRL & Online 12.05.23 | Workshop Day IRL 11.05.23

BeJS Conf – The Belgian JavaScript Conference is back to Brussels on May 12th, 2023; and Online!

This year’s edition will take you through the latest JavaScript and Frontend development technologies and updates, from top-notch worldwide experts; sharing their mastery through lively talks, panel discussions, hands-on workshops and more…! (Pick your Workshop and Register)

Qwik, NodeJS, TypeScript, VueJS, SolidJS, Testing, TC39, Security, Design… are among what to expect at BeJS CONF 2023.

Misko Hevery (Qwik creator), Erick Wendel, Gift Egwuenu , Kyle Simpson, Jenn Creighton, Ryan K.Carniato (SolidJS creator), Michele Riva ... and many more, will be part of the fest!

So, JavaScript is your thing, you love the vibes of webdev conferences and you are keen on visiting Brussels and its wonders, then BeJS CONF 2023 is your place…

Check out more & grab your 🎟️ here

See you in Brussels or Online!

6 Attended
May 3rd at 4PM
AmsterdamJS May Meetup: Web Performance & more

👋 Hey hey!

We’re going to meet on May 3, 2023 with our next AmsterdamJS Meetup and hope to see you all there for another evening of great JS discussions and networking!

🗣 Don't miss an opportunity to propose a talk if you have some ideas in mind, just fill in the CFP form.

📍Event location

Reaktor, Looiersgracht 32, 1016 VS Amsterdam

🎫 Registration

Please do RSVP here to show your friends you’re coming.

Feel free to bring +1 friend who is interested in joining us (just share the link - so your friend could register as well).

🤝 Sponsors

Huge thanks to our friends Entelect, Reaktor & Rangle for renting the venue and fuelling us with snacks & beverages!

  • At Entelect, we deliver solutions that enable businesses to reach their full potential. We are a technology company run by technical people, and are focused on building individuals and teams to deliver solutions that enable businesses to maximize their capabilities.

  • Rangle is a modern digital product, platform, and practices consultancy that partners with global brands and funded scale-ups to build their next generation products and digital experience platforms.

  • Reaktor is a creative technology consultancy for forward-thinking organizations with offices in Amsterdam, Helsinki, Stockholm, New York and Tokyo. From premium software development to digital transformation, our global community of experts does it all. We are known for our flat hierarchy, have a 5-star Glassdoor rating, and launched a satellite running Node.js in low Earth orbit.

This event made possible thanks to the support from JS Nation organizers - GitNation.

🕑 Event Schedule

  • 18:00 - Doors open - snacks, beer, socialization

  • 19:00 - Intro and announcements

  • 19:10 - Talks

  • 20:30 - Mingle until 10pm

🗣 Talks

➡️ Adewale Abati - Web Performance as Rocket Science

Building applications for the web has evolved over the years. With new technologies and frameworks promising different things, browsers have also gotten smarter. Across board, we still prioritize creating a fast, seamless and accessible experience for users. This talk will be focused on simplifying some of the steps we can start practicing, to optimize for performance in web applications.

➡️ Ryan Dsouza - Using the Rust Type System in TypeScript

We all love using TypeScript but sometimes the try/catch loop gets too complicated. Let's see how we can leverage the type system that Rust uses to make our errors look cleaner and better.

➡️ More talks to be announced soon!

If you would like to become a speaker please fill in the CFP form.

👍 Code of Conduct

By registering for this event you agree to comply with our CoC

📩 Contact

2 Presentations
60 Attended
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