A good book can remind you of your travels and make the journey a memorable experience. While a travel book is not as important as an actual guidebook, it is a good companion for a long trip. They are easy to access during the trip and provide a relaxing way to spend the time between […]
We’re now more than 18 months into a global event that has upended education. Recently, we’ve been wondering if the learnings of the pandemic—the new tools for teaching, the new modes of working in schools, and even the new ways of thinking about education more broadly—will lead to lasting change. Will the pandemic be […]
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by Ben Kraft In my last post, I talked about genqlient, our new Go GraphQL client which generates code based on your schema and queries to provide more type safety with less boilerplate than other clients. In this post, I want to talk more about the technical challenges we encountered in writing genqlient, and how […]