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Lee Byron
I make things , previously . React, GraphQL, Immutable.js, Web, Mobile, JavaScript, Nonsense.
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Lee Byron Jun 14
Replying to @rickhanlonii
Both ends
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Lee Byron Jun 13
Replying to @jdub
You are totally allowed to seek to any point in the video you like. You have my blessing
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Lee Byron Jun 13
Replying to @reactjs
Had to submit my CFP as soon as I saw this! Hope it was one of the first you got!
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Lee Byron Jun 13
Super excited for the GraphQL Documentary to come out on June 24th!!!
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React Jun 13
React Conf is back for 2019, October 24-25 in Henderson, Nevada! See for information about tickets and scholarships, or to submit a talk. We hope to see you there!
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Lee Byron Jun 12
Replying to @stubailo @cmdkhalilov
This kind of debt is very natural to accumulate as well. Any product iterating to find market fit, or just iteratively improving over time will see its db schema needs evolve and change. That creates db schema debt.
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Lee Byron Jun 12
Replying to @stubailo @cmdkhalilov
Yeah this is how I like to think about it. Without a good abstraction layer it’s really hard to tackle db debt. Fix your API first, decoupling consumers from your db, so you can fix that next in a more isolated and flexible environment
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Lee Byron Jun 12
I just want to ride my bike! I want to ride it where I like!
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Lee Byron Jun 11
Replying to @SaraJChipps
Every new grad joining Facebook is old now! Mercurial is modern (released the same time as Git) just relatively less popular. Svn though... you def might be old. How about Perforce?
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Lee Byron Jun 10
Relay is the open source project from Facebook which ties together React and GraphQL. It’s how many products at Facebook are built
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Lee Byron Jun 10
I think the conference I’m most looking forward to is this Sept. Barcelona is one of my favorite cities and this speaker line-up is next level.
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./orta --tsc Jun 6
Thanks - I’ve updated the Slack inviter for the slack and hopefully we shouldn’t be seeing the timeouts anymore.
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Lee Byron Jun 4
Yeah, I think the first priority is to make sure Insomnia is built with and best leverages the GraphiQL infrastructure. No plans to try to replace all existing tools, just make a strong core that all these tools can leverage
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Lee Byron Jun 4
Nothing like this currently planned (in fact, very minor actual product changes planned - mostly tech improvements) but I do think that a "favorites" style bookmarks of useful queries would be great
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Lee Byron Jun 4
GraphiQL is a web tool, so nothing really related to folders. Probably closest to what you’re looking for is the history view
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Lee Byron Jun 3
GraphiQL is *the tool* for the GraphQL ecosystem and I'm excited for this new injection of attention, care, and energy into its development.
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Lee Byron May 31
Replying to @rsg
Done and done! Drawers instead of cabinets, but since they’re a drawer you can stack two for counter height. They usually let you custom fit the actual drawer plate so it looks like any other drawer in your kitchen.
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Lee Byron May 31
Replying to @mjackson
Tooling platform is probably #1. GraphiQL is next level compared to all other API tech. Single round trip for any and all data a close #2
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Lee Byron May 31
Replying to @ghmcadams
Depends how much logic is above the database. If the REST is purely an access abstraction over the db then yeah, ditch it. Usually I see backing services have a fair amount of logic atop the db
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Lee Byron May 31
Replying to @ghmcadams
I think GraphQL is mediocre at CRUD, and Thrift/Proto/REST are better at that. GraphQL is great at joins, subselection, and lazily computed derived data, which others are terrible at. Super important properties for front end orchestration but not really for service to service.
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