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Prisma: Modern Database Tooling with Johannes Schickling

Software Engineering Daily

A frontend developer issuing a query to a backend server typically requires the developer to issue that query through an ORM or a raw database query. Prisma is an alternative to both of these data access patterns, allowing for easier database access through auto-generated, type-safe query building tailored to an existing database schema. By integrating with Prisma, the developer gets a database client that has query autocompletion, and an API server with less boilerplate code. Prisma also has a system called Prisma Migrate, which simplifies database and schema migrations. Johannes Schickling is CEO of Prisma, and he joins the show to talk about the developments of Prisma that have occurred since we last spoke, and where the company is headed. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Prisma: Modern Database Tooling with Johannes Schickling appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

47mins

4 Jun 2020

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Prisma: Modern Database Tooling with Johannes Schickling

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A frontend developer issuing a query to a backend server typically requires the developer to issue that query through an ORM or a raw database query. Prisma is an alternative to both of these data access patterns, allowing for easier database access through auto-generated, type-safe query building tailored to an existing database schema. By integrating with Prisma, the developer gets a database client that has query autocompletion, and an API server with less boilerplate code. Prisma also has a system called Prisma Migrate, which simplifies database and schema migrations. Johannes Schickling is CEO of Prisma, and he joins the show to talk about the developments of Prisma that have occurred since we last spoke, and where the company is headed. Sponsorship inquiries: sponsor@softwareengineeringdaily.com The post Prisma: Modern Database Tooling with Johannes Schickling appeared first on Software Engineering Daily.

47mins

4 Jun 2020

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Prisma: Modern Database Tooling with Johannes Schickling

Software Daily

A frontend developer issuing a query to a backend server typically requires the developer to issue that query through an ORM or a raw database query. Prisma is an alternative to both of these data access patterns, allowing for easier database access through auto-generated, type-safe query building tailored to an existing database schema.By integrating with Prisma, the developer gets a database client that has query autocompletion, and an API server with less boilerplate code. Prisma also has a system called Prisma Migrate, which simplifies database and schema migrations.Johannes Schickling is CEO of Prisma, and he joins the show to talk about the developments of Prisma that have occurred since we last spoke, and where the company is headed.

4 Jun 2020

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JSJ 317: Prisma with Johannes Schickling

JavaScript Jabber

Panel:  Charles Max Wood AJ O’Neal Special Guests: Johannes SchicklingIn this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panelists discuss Prisma with Johannes Schickling. Johannes is the CEO and co-founder of GraphCool and works with Prisma. They talk about the upcoming changes within GraphCool, what Prisma is, and GraphQL back-end operations. They also touch on the biggest miscommunication about Prisma, how Prisma works, and much more!In particular, we dive pretty deep on: JSJ Episode 257  MJS Episode 055 Raised a seed round Rebranding of GraphCool What are you wanting to do with the seed money you raised? Focused on growing his team currently Making GraphQL easier to do The change in the way people build software What is Prisma? Two things you need to do as you want to adopt GraphQL Apollo Client and Relay GraphQL on the back-end Resolvers Resolving data in one query Prisma supports MySQL and PostgreSQL How do you control access to the GraphQL endpoint that Prisma gives you? Biggest miscommunication about Prisma Prisma makes it easier for you to make your own GraphQL server Application schemas How do you blend your own resolvers with Prisma? And much, much more! Links: JSJ Episode 257  MJS Episode 055 GraphCool Prisma GraphQL Apollo Client Relay MySQL PostgreSQL @schickling Johannes’ GitHub Schickling.me Prisma Slack Sponsors Kendo UI Linode FreshBooks Picks:Charles Audible The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman Facebook Backyard Homesteader Groups CharlesMaxWood.com Sling TV Roku ExpressAJThe Legend of Zelda: Breath of the WildJohannes Figma Netlify Functions GraphQL Europe

48mins

12 Jun 2018

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JSJ 317: Prisma with Johannes Schickling

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Panel: Charles Max Wood AJ O’Neal Special Guests: Johannes Schickling In this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panelists discuss Prisma with Johannes Schickling. Johannes is the CEO and co-founder of GraphCool and works with Prisma. They talk about the upcoming changes within GraphCool, what Prisma is, and GraphQL back-end operations. They also touch on the biggest miscommunication about Prisma, how Prisma works, and much more! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: JSJ Episode 257 MJS Episode 055 Raised a seed round Rebranding of GraphCool What are you wanting to do with the seed money you raised? Focused on growing his team currently Making GraphQL easier to do The change in the way people build software What is Prisma? Two things you need to do as you want to adopt GraphQL Apollo Client and Relay GraphQL on the back-end Resolvers Resolving data in one query Prisma supports MySQL and PostgreSQL How do you control access to the GraphQL endpoint that Prisma gives you? Biggest miscommunication about Prisma Prisma makes it easier for you to make your own GraphQL server Application schemas How do you blend your own resolvers with Prisma? And much, much more! Links: JSJ Episode 257 MJS Episode 055 GraphCool Prisma GraphQL Apollo Client Relay MySQL PostgreSQL @schickling Johannes’ GitHub Schickling.me Prisma Slack Sponsors Kendo UI Linode FreshBooks Picks: Charles Audible The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman Facebook Backyard Homesteader Groups CharlesMaxWood.com Sling TV Roku Express AJ The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Johannes Figma Netlify Functions GraphQL Europe

48mins

12 Jun 2018

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JSJ 317: Prisma with Johannes Schickling

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Panel: Charles Max Wood AJ O’Neal Special Guests: Johannes Schickling In this episode, the JavaScript Jabber panelists discuss Prisma with Johannes Schickling. Johannes is the CEO and co-founder of GraphCool and works with Prisma. They talk about the upcoming changes within GraphCool, what Prisma is, and GraphQL back-end operations. They also touch on the biggest miscommunication about Prisma, how Prisma works, and much more! In particular, we dive pretty deep on: JSJ Episode 257 MJS Episode 055 Raised a seed round Rebranding of GraphCool What are you wanting to do with the seed money you raised? Focused on growing his team currently Making GraphQL easier to do The change in the way people build software What is Prisma? Two things you need to do as you want to adopt GraphQL Apollo Client and Relay GraphQL on the back-end Resolvers Resolving data in one query Prisma supports MySQL and PostgreSQL How do you control access to the GraphQL endpoint that Prisma gives you? Biggest miscommunication about Prisma Prisma makes it easier for you to make your own GraphQL server Application schemas How do you blend your own resolvers with Prisma? And much, much more! Links: JSJ Episode 257 MJS Episode 055 GraphCool Prisma GraphQL Apollo Client Relay MySQL PostgreSQL @schickling Johannes’ GitHub Schickling.me Prisma Slack Sponsors Kendo UI Linode FreshBooks Picks: Charles Audible The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman Facebook Backyard Homesteader Groups CharlesMaxWood.com Sling TV Roku Express AJ The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Johannes Figma Netlify Functions GraphQL Europe

48mins

12 Jun 2018

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MJS 055: Johannes Schickling

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Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Johannes Schickling This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Johannes Schickling. Johannes is the CEO and Co-Founder of GraphCool and works a lot on Prisma. He first got into programming when he started online gaming and would build websites for gaming competitions. He then started getting into creating websites, then single page apps, and has never looked back since. He also gives an origin story for GraphCool and the creation of Prisma.  In particular, we dive pretty deep on: Johannes intro How did you first get into programming? Always been interested in technology PHP to JavaScript Creating single page apps Self-taught The problem-solving aspect keeps people coming back to programming Always enjoyed math and physics Programmers make up such a diverse community How did you find JavaScript? Has used a wide range of front-end frameworks Node WebAssembly Opal What drew you into doing single page apps? Like the long-term flexibility of single page apps Don’t have to worry about the back-end right off the bat GraphQL What have you done in JavaScript that you are most proud of? Open source tooling GraphCool origin story What are you working on now? Prisma And much, much more! Links: JavaScript GraphCool Prisma PHP Node WebAssembly Opal GraphQL @_Schickling @GraphCool GraphCool Blog Picks Charles PopSocket DevChat.tv/YouTube Johannes Gatsby GraphQL Europe GraphQL Day

40mins

4 Apr 2018

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MJS 055: Johannes Schickling

My JavaScript Story

Panel: Charles Max WoodGuest: Johannes SchicklingThis week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Johannes Schickling. Johannes is the CEO and Co-Founder of GraphCool and works a lot on Prisma. He first got into programming when he started online gaming and would build websites for gaming competitions. He then started getting into creating websites, then single page apps, and has never looked back since. He also gives an origin story for GraphCool and the creation of Prisma. In particular, we dive pretty deep on: Johannes intro How did you first get into programming? Always been interested in technology PHP to JavaScript Creating single page apps Self-taught The problem-solving aspect keeps people coming back to programming Always enjoyed math and physics Programmers make up such a diverse community How did you find JavaScript? Has used a wide range of front-end frameworks Node WebAssembly Opal What drew you into doing single page apps? Like the long-term flexibility of single page apps Don’t have to worry about the back-end right off the bat GraphQL What have you done in JavaScript that you are most proud of? Open source tooling GraphCool origin story What are you working on now? Prisma And much, much more! Links: JavaScript GraphCool Prisma PHP Node WebAssembly Opal GraphQL @_Schickling @GraphCool GraphCool Blog PicksCharles PopSocket DevChat.tv/YouTube Johannes Gatsby GraphQL Europe GraphQL Day

40mins

4 Apr 2018

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MJS 055: Johannes Schickling

Devchat.tv Episode Roundup

Panel: Charles Max Wood Guest: Johannes Schickling This week on My JavaScript Story, Charles speaks with Johannes Schickling. Johannes is the CEO and Co-Founder of GraphCool and works a lot on Prisma. He first got into programming when he started online gaming and would build websites for gaming competitions. He then started getting into creating websites, then single page apps, and has never looked back since. He also gives an origin story for GraphCool and the creation of Prisma.  In particular, we dive pretty deep on: Johannes intro How did you first get into programming? Always been interested in technology PHP to JavaScript Creating single page apps Self-taught The problem-solving aspect keeps people coming back to programming Always enjoyed math and physics Programmers make up such a diverse community How did you find JavaScript? Has used a wide range of front-end frameworks Node WebAssembly Opal What drew you into doing single page apps? Like the long-term flexibility of single page apps Don’t have to worry about the back-end right off the bat GraphQL What have you done in JavaScript that you are most proud of? Open source tooling GraphCool origin story What are you working on now? Prisma And much, much more! Links: JavaScript GraphCool Prisma PHP Node WebAssembly Opal GraphQL @_Schickling @GraphCool GraphCool Blog Picks Charles PopSocket DevChat.tv/YouTube Johannes Gatsby GraphQL Europe GraphQL Day

40mins

4 Apr 2018

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Johannes Schickling of Graphcool, The GraphQL Backend

Chinchilla Squeaks

Chris speaks with Johannes Schickling of Graphcool, The GraphQL Backend Framework. The interview covers their love of GraphQL, community and how they try to help developers understand and use the API framework.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/chinchillasqueaks/message

30mins

21 Nov 2017

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