NEPTUNE
Polar Diameter
Mass
Rings
Orbit Period
Surface Temp
48,682 km
1.02 x 10^26 kg
5
60,190 days
-201°C
SATURN
Polar Diameter
Mass
Rings
Orbit Period
Surface Temp
142,984 km
5.68 × 10^26 kg
30+
10,756 days
-139 °C
Uranus
Polar Diameter
Mass
Rings
Orbit Period
Surface Temp
49,946 km
8.68 × 10^25 kg
13
30,687 days
-197 °C
Mars
Polar Diameter
Mass
Rings
Orbit Period
Surface Temp
6,752 km
6.39 × 10^23 kg
0
687 days
-87 to -5 °C
Mercury
Polar Diameter
Mass
Rings
Orbit Period
Surface Temp
4,879 km
3.29 × 10^23 kg
0
88 days
-173 to 427 °C
Earth
Polar Diameter
Mass
Rings
Orbit Period
Surface Temp
12,714 km
5.97 × 10^24 kg
0
365.24 days
-88 to 58 °C
Jupiter
Polar Diameter
Mass
Rings
Orbit Period
Surface Temp
133,709 km
1.90 × 10^27 kg
4
4,333 days
-108 °C
Venus
Polar Diameter
Mass
Rings
Orbit Period
Surface Temp
12,104 km
4.87 × 10^24 kg
0
225 days
462 °C

Things are impossible until they’re not

Conference launching on September 10, 2020!

A GraphQL Conference for the Cutting-Edge

Learn, Connect, and Boldly Go Where No One Has Gone Before

With over hundreds of the brightest developers and engineers from all over the universe, we present you the first ever GraphQL developer conference set in space. The theme of the conference is the cool stuff you can do at the cutting-edge of GraphQL. Whether you are a seasoned hacker or a GraphQL newbie, GraphQL In Space Conference welcomes you -- just bring an open mind and an insatiable curiosity, and we'll take care of the rest.

Why GraphQL In Space?

Because Space Has No Boundaries

While conferences get stuck to a location, but technologies have no boundaries. So, we are creating a conference which is not bound by any geographical location, only by the imagination.

You can be part of the GraphQL conference from your home city, or in your bedroom, out in the woods, or on a rocketship. It’s up to you! Space has been a symbol of mankind pushing the limits of what is possible, so we were inspired to host a global conference which knows no bounds.

Rocket Captains

Scott Kelly

HISTORY-MAKING NASA
ASTRONAUT

NASA
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Manish Jain

Founder
and CEO

Dgraph Labs
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Rocket Commanders

Robert Zhu

PRINCIPAL TECHNICAL
EVANGELIST

AWS
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Sam Julien

SR. DEVELOPER ADVOCATE
ENGINEER

Auth0
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Alex Moon

Technical Integrations
Engineer

Gatsby
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Andrea Piazza

FULL STACK
DEVELOPER

Grapl Inc.
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Shruti Kapoor

SENIOR SOFTWARE
ENGINEER

PayPal
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Jamie Barton

Developer Relations
ENGINEER

GraphCMS
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Yan Cui

Developer
Advocate

Lumigo
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Joschka Tillmanns

CTO AND
CO-Founder

Mooncamp
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Sean Grove

Founder
_

OneGraph
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Jens Neuse

Founder
_

WunderGraph
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Register for the ride!

T- 3..2..1..don’t miss your chance

Flight Manual

Where is the conference?
GraphQL Conference will take place entirely online. The best part there’s no travel required, and pants are optional! Stay tuned for more details about how to access the event.
I’m new to all of this - how does it work?
GraphQL In Space is a 1-day conference launched by Dgraph Labs to bring together the GraphQL community. As a participant, you’ll learn and explore with the brightest engineers in the world.
Who can participate?
Anyone can participate! We don’t have restriction on age, skill level, or nationality.
How much does it cost?
GraphQL In Space is 100% free for all participants. Invite your friends to join the ride!
What platform will the conference be on? Will talks be recorded?
The conference will be broadcast via YouTube Live with breakout sessions available. Individual recordings will be posted after the conference.
I have a question that wasn’t answered here.
Reach out to us at contact@graphqlcon.space ! We’re more than happy to answer your questions.

Interested in speaking at GraphQL In Space?

Call For Papers