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Temporal Meetup:


August 29, 2023


839 Collins Street
Docklands, VIC 3008

You're Invited

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

Interested attendees are also encouraged to join the #meetup-melbourne-australia channel in our community Slack instance 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


Welcome and Introductions
Dave Eason, Temporal Technologies


Intro to Temporal Demo
Steve Androulakis, Temporal Technologies

Steve gives a whirlwind tour of how Temporal can help developers write more reliable code, more efficiently.


Real-time Payments with Temporal
Mark Feldman, Afterpay

Unleash the potential of Temporal workflows for real-time payment processing: low latency, high availability and scalable operations. Explore how this modern framework revolutionises large-scale systems, delivering unmatched reliability and flexibility. Join us to discover the future of payments.


A journey on modelling Temporal workflows as actors resources
Chris Gavin, ANZ Plus

ANZ has been actively building services powered by Temporal for several years now. Along the way we had to figure out how to map Temporal workflows and other primitives to business problem domains. With the flexibility of the framework its tempting to just start coding but we wanted a more structured approach. In this talk you'll hear about where we started, some of the business problems we were trying to solve and where we ended up with modeling workflows as long lived resources.


Securing Temporal Workflows: Rapid, Centralised Encryption
David Bain, ANZ Plus

Temporal workflows often house sensitive information, demanding robust encryption and need-to-know access. However, relying on users for data encryption creates barriers and risks leaks if mishandled. Join us in this session as we discuss ANZ’s Temporal proxy server implementation and delve into the challenges of maintaining low-latency throughput at scale.


Q&A and event wrap-up
Speakers will answer audience questions before the event concludes for the evening.

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.

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