A skill our Node.js Consulting team practices often is the process of breaking down new product requirements into actionable technical requirements. This is one of the most critical capabilities for a developer to learn in order to help their organization swiftly deliver new features to their users. In this post, we’ll talk through the process we use on our projects.
Lots of things change year over year, especially in backend development. GraphQL, as well as Node.js, are no exception! We’ll cover some background context for the changes leading up to 2023 and then highlight the most relevant changes that happened last year. Without further ado, let’s hop in!