Join us for Replay, Temporal’s first-ever developer conference

Replay

IRL Aug 25–26, Seattle, WA

Speakers.

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Maxim Fateev

Co-Founder & CEO

Temporal

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Mitchell Hashimoto

Founder

Hashicorp

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Jacob LeGrone

Engineering Team Lead

Datadog

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Ryan Walls

Engineering Leader

Square

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Drew Hoskins

Staff Software Engineer

Stripe

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Matt McDole

Senior Director of Engineering

Yum! Brands

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Brian Hogan

Director of Education

Temporal

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Rebecca Marshburn

Head of Community

Common Room

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Maxim Bovykin

Principal Software Engineer

Indeed.com

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Tom Wheeler

Principal Curriculum Architect

Temporal

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Steven Sun

Software Engineering Manager

Snap Inc.

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Dominik Tornow

Principal Engineer

Temporal

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Ryland Goldstein

Head of Product

Temporal

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Rob Zienert

Senior Software Engineer

Netflix

Agenda.

Day 1: Workshops

August 25, 2022 11:00am - 5:00pm PDT

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Check-in
& Refreshments

9:00-10:00 am

Workshop: Temporal Service and Application Architecture

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10:00-12:00 pm

Bring your own in-progress applications and services for an architecture review from
Temporal experts Smitty Weygant, Samar Abbas, and Dominik Tornow.

Birds of a Feather Discussions

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10:00-12:00 pm

Join other Temporal community members to discuss topics including Temporal SDKs,
Server & Operations, Cloud, and Platform Engineering, hosted by Temporal team members.

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Lunch

12:00-1:00 pm

Workshop: Temporal 101 (part 1)

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1:00-2:00 pm

Roadmap

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1:00-2:00 pm

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Break

2:00-2:20 pm

Workshop: Temporal 101 (part 2)

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2:20-3:20 pm

Dominik Tornow, Temporal

Building event-driven, reactive applications with Temporal: Workflows vs Sagas

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3:20-4:20 pm

Many modern applications are implemented as event-driven, reactive applications. In this session we will compare choreography and sagas to orchestration and Temporal workflows when implementing event-driven applications. We will explore which approach provides the best reliability, the best scalability, lowest coupling of components, and a stellar developer experience.

Wrap-up

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4:20-4:30 pm

Day 2: Talks

August 26, 2022 8:00am - 4:30pm PDT

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Check-in
& light breakfast

8:00-9:00 am

Charles Zedlewski, Temporal

Welcome

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9:00-9:10 am

Maxim Fateev, Temporal

Keynote

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9:10-10:00 am

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10:00-10:20 am

Jacob LeGrone

Temporal @ Datadog

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10:20-11:00 am

In this talk we'll dig into how Datadog created a developer platform on top of Temporal to enable hundreds of Datadog engineers to build services that automate software delivery, manage infrastructure, and perform complex operations like shard rebalancing and datastore migrations. We'll explore our techniques for implementing, testing, and monitoring workflows, and discuss the biggest challenges we've discovered while adopting Temporal and how we're working to address them in open source.

Ryan Walls

Temporal @ Square

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11:00-11:40 am

Drew Hoskins

The care and feeding of a Workflow user

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11:40-12:20 pm

Stripe has incorporated Temporal into a platform for, so far, over fifty product teams to build tasks, workflows, and batch jobs. If your company plans to author lots of Workflows, this talk will offer tips on how to help them be productive and safe using the technology. We'll discuss common pitfalls we've seen, and talk through easy wins for small platform teams as well as some more substantial investments we've made.

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Lunch

12:20-1:20 pm

Mitchell Hashimoto

Keynote 2

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1:20-2:20 pm

Matt McDole

Chicken, Pizza & Tacos, Oh My!

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2:20-3:00 pm

Yum! Brands is building a next generation eCommerce Platform to power its brands: KFC, Taco Bell, Habit Burger and Pizza Hut. Processing millions of orders robustly can be a complex problem. Like, really complex. Traditional eCommerce order services often utilize state machines, databases and distributed sagas to keep track of all the various steps that an order must go through in its lifetime.Then, what about the inevitable failures? The database could become unavailable, the POS device in the store could go offline, the payment processor could have a brief outage and dozens of other scenarios. All of these could lead to a bad real-life experience for a customer waiting for their meal. In this talk, I will step through the "before and after" transition of the Yum Platform's ordering engine and highlight some of key benefits we got out of building on top of Temporal.

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Break

3:00-3:20 pm

Hosted by Rebecca Marshburn

Panel: The future of backend development

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3:20-4:00 pm

Charles Zedlewski, Temporal

Closing Remarks

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4:00-4:30 pm

Get Your Tickets

May 16–Jun 30: Early Bird Registration

$100

Jul 1–Aug 25: General Registration

$200

replay swag

If ticket cost presents a hardship for you, please get in touch with us at replay@temporal.io

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