Tanmai Gopal is the CEO and co-founder of Hasura. He is a StackOverflow powered fullstack developer whose areas of interest and work span React, GraphQL, Nodejs, Haskell, Docker, Postgres & Kubernetes. He is passionate about making it easy to build complex things and is the instructor of India's largest MOOC imad.tech with over 250,000 students.
I want data; I want it now. The future of application development.
Developers and startups are known for adopting the most bleeding edge tech. Partly out of a sense of fun (developer experience) and to optimise performance. This sets the trend for technologies that stand the test of time and are adopted into traditional, mainstream enterprise. Always with an eye towards performance, developer experience, and -- most importantly -- reliability and robustness. React, GraphQL, Kubernetes (not to mention cloud adoption more broadly) have followed this same pattern.
Adopting new technologies, especially at the core of your stack, requires learning new technologies. But, more importantly, it requires revisiting the assumptions of architecture. In this session, we will explore the mental models associated with architecting a high-performance, scalable application using Hasura. While Hasura is familiar, its broad applicability means that the 'domain design' for applications can differ. After this talk you will leave with a perspective on the technology itself, use cases in which it is a perfect fit, incremental migration to Hasura-enabled technology, and designing with performance in mind. In short...'How to think in Hasura.'
We’ve heard your feedback and considered your perspective. The experience of writing business logic in complex, distributed environments with multiple services can be vastly improved by focusing only on the subset of logic and data that you require. In this session Tanmai will share a deep-dive on our approach to remote schema to database joins enabling you to define relationships between remote schema’s types and database tables. Join us for a deep-dive on the approach we’ve taken to date, implementation details, and a glimpse of the future.