With RedisConf2020 done and dusted, my next stop is API Days Helsinki 2020. Like RedisConf, this is a conference that got its plans a little messed up by COVID19. Instead of the originally planned conference, they’re doing a virtual event in June, and (hopefully) a physical one in September.
I’m going to be presenting a session on OData on 2nd June, during the virtual event. If you haven’t heard about it before, you can think of it as something that tried to solve similar problems to what GraphQL did, but much earlier. GraphQL is not OData, as some will be quite willing to point out, and I’ll be explaining some of the tradeoffs between the two.