Jon Meyers is a Developer Advocate at Supabase, an open source Firebase alternative built with PostgreSQL.
In this episode we discuss how DevRel is organized at Supabase, why Supabase decided to build their own PostgreSQL extension, and new capabilities enabled by Supabase's Edge Functions.
- Supabase with Paul Copplestone (FSJam33)
- Open Source Stacks with Ant Wilson (FSJam52)
- pg_graphql: A GraphQL extension for PostgreSQL
- GraphQL is now available in Supabase
- pg_graphql v1.0
- pg_graphql Documentation
- Launch Week
- Updates for Supabase Functions
- Supabase Edge Functions
- Edge Function Examples
- Supabase Integrations
- Supabase Series B
- Made with Supabase
01:25 - Jon Meyers Introduction
04:44 - How is the DevRel team at Supabase organized?
06:41 - What is Supabase?
07:55 - Building and Using Postgres Extensions
10:46 - How does the GraphQL Postgres Extension Work?
12:15 - What is Supabase Launch Week?
14:19 - Supabase Edge Functions
22:31 - Supabase Integrations
24:11 - Supabase Series B
25:27 - What are people building with Supabase?
27:24 - Jon's Favorite FSJam Episodes
30:03 - Closing Thoughts
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