Rob Sutter

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  • Former CTO and co-founder, serverless builder, now Head 🥑at Fauna
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  • US - NY Metro
I love to build brand-new solutions using serverless, Go and Rust, and cloud services!
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What Rob's working on

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May 09, 2022
May 09, 2022
Cloudflare TV - Building serverless APIs: How Fauna and Workers make it easy

Building APIs has always been tricky when it comes to setting up architecture. Fauna and Workers remove that burden by letting you write code and watch it run everywhere.
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Head of Developer Advocacy, Fauna
May 06, 2022
May 05, 2022
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Mar 31, 2022
Mar 31, 2022

Accelerating delivery with GraphQL and Fauna


Fauna instantly generates basic queries, mutations, and collections when you upload your GraphQL schema. This lets you start building your application immediately, without worrying about database setup and configuration. However, Fauna offers a lot more flexibility and power to GraphQL developers than simple create, read, update, and delete (CRUD) queries and mutations.
Today we’re announcing two new ways to simplify harnessing that power to deliver complete production applications to your users more quickly, auto-generated resolvers for user-defined functions (UDFs) and the Fauna workshop for GraphQL developers.
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Head of Developer Advocacy, Fauna
Feb 03, 2022
Feb 03, 2022
Applying test-driven development to your database

Test-driven development (TDD) is a popular software development methodology that aims to reduce defects and improve the ease of maintaining code. In this post, you learn how to apply TDD to write queries and expressions with the Fauna Query Language (FQL). You learn a general pattern for TDD with FQL, then apply that pattern to implement a `Split()` function that accepts string and delimiter parameters and returns an array of substrings “split” at each occurrence of the delimiter.
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Head of Developer Advocacy, Fauna
Feb 03, 2022
Feb 03, 2022
Scaling Transactional Data Globally with Fauna

Joined Alex and Brittney on CodingCat.dev episode 2.5 to talk about my history as a developer advocate and Fauna, a flexible, developer-friendly, transactional database delivered as a secure and scalable cloud API with native GraphQL.

With my picks!

* Dunlop Guitar Picks
* Another Life and the House on the Embankment
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Head of Developer Advocacy, Fauna
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