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Temporal @ NYC Python and PyData NYC

Co-hosted by MongoDB


November 15, 2023


1633 Broadway
Floor 38
New York, NY 10019

You're Invited

Temporal and MongoDB are excited to host a joint NYC Python and PyData NYC meetup! Join for an evening of technical talks, grab some pizza and drinks, and meet fellow Pythonistas.

Interested attendees are also encouraged to join the #meetup-nyc channel in our community Slack to post questions or comments and interact with other local Temporal devs.

⚠️ RSVPs are required for getting on the building's security list. Cutoff is 4pm on the 15th! When you arrive, say you're there for the MongoDB Python meetup, show an ID matching your RSVP name, and head up to the 38th floor.



Happy hour
Grab food, drinks, and chat with a mixture of local Python & Temporal folks


Welcome and introductions
Organizer, NYC Python


System design on easy mode
Loren Sands-Ramshaw, Temporal Technologies

Loren discusses some challenges and design patterns in distributed systems, including event-driven architecture, choreography, circuit breakers, task queues, and transactional outboxes. They also show how durable execution—code that's guaranteed to complete executing, even if the process dies, or downstream services are unreachable—solves them.


Seamless integrations with MongoDB Atlas and AWS Lambda
Anaiya Raisinghani, MongoDB

Join MongoDB Developer Advocate Anaiya Raisinghani as she walks you through how to integrate two versatile tech tools: MongoDB Atlas and AWS Lambda. This talk will dive deep into properly leveraging PyMongo, MongoDB's Python Driver, for a seamless connection that will allow you to unlock new potential for your own cloud-based applications. Whether you're an expert or novice, this talk will equip you with the tools to elevate your next project.


Talks finish

Attendees are welcome to hang out and chat until 9pm!



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. Visit to learn more.

About MongoDB
Headquartered in New York, MongoDB’s mission is to empower innovators to create, transform, and disrupt industries by unleashing the power of software and data. Built by developers, for developers, our developer data platform is a database with an integrated set of related services that allow development teams to address the growing requirements for today’s wide variety of modern applications, all in a unified and consistent user experience. MongoDB Atlas is the leading multi-cloud developer data platform that accelerates and simplifies building applications with data. Tens of thousands of customers and millions of developers worldwide rely on MongoDB Atlas every day to power their business-critical applications. To get started with MongoDB Atlas, visit

Code of Conduct
Temporal community meetups follow 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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