McDonald’s is to Chipotle what REST APIs are to GraphQL (Ep. 424)

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March 18, 2022

Ceora, Ben, and Matt speak with Danielle Mann, Director of Engineering at Apollo GraphQL, about how an MIT program for highschool women helped kick off her profession, her path from IC to engineering supervisor, and the way Apollo turned what it’s immediately.

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Ceora, Ben, and Matt speak with Danielle Mann, Director of Engineering at Apollo GraphQL, about how an MIT program for highschool women helped kick off her profession, her path from IC to engineering supervisor, and the way Apollo turned what it’s immediately. 

Episode notes:

Danielle’s path to software program engineering started when she was accepted into MIT’s Women’s Technology Program, an schooling and mentorship alternative for prime schoolers fascinated by engineering or pc science. She later earned her CS diploma from MIT.

Danielle’s first function out of faculty was a junior developer engaged on Meteor, a full-stack JavaScript framework that was simply beginning a GraphQL mission they known as Apollo. She tells the workforce how Meteor began taking a look at GraphQL and the way that turned Apollo.

If McDonald’s is a REST API, then Chipotle is GraphQL. Give it some thought!

Discover Danielle on LinkedIn here.

This week’s Lifeboat badge goes to person torek for his or her reply to Why doesn’t Git natively support UTF-16?.

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Tags: apollo graphql, graphql, meteor, rest api, the stack overflow podcast

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