Webinar
Cadence Fundamentals: Event Sourcing
Tuesday, August 16th
10:00 - 10:30 AM PT
presenter
Presenter
Brett Orr
General Manager Bigmate

About This Webinar

Cadence, open sourced by Uber under the MIT license, is a service and programming framework that greatly simplifies the development and operations of workflow-style business logic while supporting the most demanding availability, reliability, and scalability requirements. By reconstituting the application state following a hardware or software failure, Cadence allows the creation of applications that are truly fault-oblivious.

The Event Sourcing pattern is a foundational concept for Cadence and having a solid understanding of this pattern and how it is applied in Cadence applications is important to be able to properly design and build applications with Cadence. In this webinar, Emrah Seker from the Uber Cadence Team will explain the fundamentals of the event sourcing pattern and its practical implications for developers using Cadence.

Suggested attendees:

  • Co-founders
  • Developers
  • Architects
  • Workflow Operators
  • High Growth Potential Dev Teams

Presenter:
Emrah Seker
Senior Staff Software Engineer, Uber



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