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Temporal Meetup:

Co-hosted by Yum! Brands


December 7, 2023


7100 Corporate Drive
Plano, TX 75024

You're Invited

Temporal is excited to bring our community meetup series to Dallas in December! Join for an evening of technical talks, have some snacks and drinks, meet with Temporal users and experts, and learn more about durable execution.

Interested attendees are also encouraged to join #meetup-dallas in our Community Slack to post questions or comments and interact with other local Temporal fans.



Arrival and Networking
Grab some refreshments and chat with other members of the local Temporal community


Intro to Temporal: Build more reliable applications with Durable Execution “workflows as code”
Chad Retz, Software Design Engineer at Temporal


Building a next-generation eCommerce platform
Mitch West, Engineering Manager at Yum! Brands, Inc.

Yum! Brands has developed a next-generation eCommerce platform for its brands including KFC, Taco Bell, Habit Burger, and Pizza Hut. Managing millions of orders poses complex challenges, such as tracking various steps in an order's life cycle and handling system failures. This talk examines how Yum! Brands leveraged Temporal to streamline commerce across various domains.


Q&A and event wrap-up
Speakers will answer audience questions, and attendees are welcome to hang out and chat until 9pm!

Code of Conduct:
Temporal Community Meetup officially adopts the Temporal Code of Conduct. Harassment, bullying, and discrimination are unacceptable here and if you witness or experience those or other harmful behaviors, please let the organizers know.

About Temporal:
Temporal is an open-source library for writing reliable code. It also greatly simplifies building distributed systems, obviating the need to create queues and timers, publishing and consuming events, retrying, checkpointing state, and more. It's used by Stripe, Netflix, Coinbase, Datadog, and many more for a wide range of use cases including service orchestration, infra management, transaction processing, async tasks, and crons.

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