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Day 12 of 100 Days of Code & Scrum: Leadership Styles and GraphQL Server

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Good day, everyone!

Today was actually a productive day for me. I managed to study a lot of Scrum and GraphQL, continued to work on writing my Scrum article, and reached out to multiple people to expand my network. Oh, and I also made my own Twitter profile, which I didn't customize yet.


I finished the draft of the Scrum Team section of my Scrum Guide for beginners, and I also reviewed GraphQL's basic concepts.


Here are the things I've learned and done today:


Leadership Styles

  • read up on different leadership styles and how Scrum Masters are true servant leaders and not authoritative managers.
  • added Scrum Master subsection for my Scrum Guide.
  • added Scrum Artifacts section.
  • did some practice quiz questions about Scrum.


  • started learning about GraphQL server-side.
  • read about GraphQL schemas, type definitions, and resolver functions.
  • learned about GraphQL server's network layer.
  • read an introduction to GraphQL server libraries such as express-graphql, apollo-server, and graphql-yoga.
  • look deeper into how GraphQL differs from REST API, and which scenarios one should be used over the other.
  • review concepts I've learned last week.

Leadership Without Authority

I hope everyone's doing great! Thank you for reading!

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This post only expresses my thoughts and opinions (based on my limited knowledge) and is in no way a substitute for actual references. If I ever make a mistake or if you disagree, I would appreciate corrections in the comments!

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