Developers and Distributed Systems and Dinosaurs, Oh MY!!!

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    Temporal proposals (by temporalio)

    Temporal hosted its inaugural developer experience conference, encompassing everything from in-depth discussions around SDKs and live architecture reviews to Temporal 101 workshops, talks from Datadog, Stripe, Yum!, and, yes, actual real living dinosaurs. That last bit might be a slight exaggeration, but those who know, know.

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    Temporal service

    Personally I am leveraging the knowledge and momentum of Replay to dive into the Python SDK, build out a couple of applications to deepen my knowledge around Workflows, Activities, and metrics, and continue inhaling knowledge via the monthly meetup, the application development guide, and documentation. By next year I’ll experience the conference, not as one new to Temporal, but as an expert—maybe even as one of the people helping with the architecture review or running a Birds of a Feather; if anything, I know I look forward to seeing YOU at next year’s event!

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