Principal Engineer at Temporal
Many complex systems exhibit a phenomenon known as a tipping point: the moments of rapid and dramatic change that are often irreversible. Software engineers who work on applications are similarly confronted with moments of dramatic change as projects grow over time.
Everything changes when a project outgrows a single database, a request-response communication style, or requires background processing or batch processing. That change includes our developer experience which was simple and delightful up to this point. However, once crossing the threshold, our developer experience becomes complex and dreadful.
So, what do we do about this?
In this talk, Temporal's Principal Engineer, Dominik Tornow, introduces a new concept that addresses the tipping point phenomenon.Watch our 30-minute conversation on demand to learn:
Dominik Tornow is a Principal Engineer at Temporal. He focuses on systems modeling, specifically conceptual and formal modeling, to support the design and documentation of complex software systems.