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Temporal Meetup:
Tel Aviv


July 11, 2023
17:00 - 20:00


Rothschild 57
Rothschild Blvd 57
Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel

You're invited!

Temporal is excited to bring our community meetup series to Israel in July! 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-telaviv 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


Demystifying Temporal: dive into Temporal SDKs
This talk will provide an in-depth exploration of Temporal's Software Development Kits (SDKs) to enhance our understanding and utilization of this powerful tool. We will explore how workflow processing works from the SDK perspective, get an architectural overview of Rust Core based SDKs, and showcase the Python SDK integration with the asyncio event loop. Finally we'll show some of the great developer experience features we've built on top of SDKs, such as stack trace capture and time travel debugging.


How Torq leverages Temporal for security automation use cases
This talk will cover features enabling security automation--including wait and scheduled trigger operations--as well as infrastructure features that allow Torq to delete or discard secrets and other short-lived data. You'll also hear about how the team at Torq was able to implement, test, and monitor Temporal.


Workflows in the real world: A bridge between humans and code
Discover how Daisy, a property management startup, utilizes Temporal's workflow orchestration platform to streamline and automate complex, long-running, human-involved business transactions that are at the core of residential real estate. We will demonstrate how we used Temporal to solve some of the challenges in human and machine interaction, as well as provide useful ideas on how to handle scheduling, asynchronous notifications, and more.


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.


Roey Berman


Demystifying Temporal: dive into Temporal SDKs

Roey is the Technical Lead for the SDK team at Temporal. Prior to joining Temporal, Roey worked on cloud architecture and software development with teams at Forter, Reshuffle, and ZENGAMING.


Tal Benyunes


How Torq leverages Temporal for security automation use cases

Tal is a software engineering team lead at Torq and a surfer. He has been enabling security use cases for over 10 years, and has a passion for building high-quality software.


Alex Chechko


Workflows in the real world: A bridge between humans and code

Alex joined Daisy as a founding engineer three years ago and is currently a director of engineering on the team. Prior to joining Daisy, he led software teams in various industries for over 10 years. In his spare time, he unleashes his inner rockstar by passionately banging on drums.

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