Here’s the latest in our regular monthly Community Spotlight updates that gives you news from in and around the Cadence community!
Please see below for a roundup of the highlights:
# Cadence @ Uber
This month Uber Engineering published a really nice article on one of the ways they are using Cadence. The article is called How Uber Optimizes the Timing of Push Notifications using ML and Linear Programming (opens new window).
The Uber team take you through the details of the problem that they are looking to solve, so you can understand the scope limitations and depedencies - so please take a look.
# Cadence @ DeveloperWeek Enterprise
DevNetwork run a series of conferences and during November Cadence was featured in at DeveloperWeek Enterprise (opens new window). Ender Demirkaya (opens new window) and Ben Slater (opens new window) presented a talk called Espress Complex Business Logic as Code with Open Source Cadence! (opens new window).
It is good to see that we are finding new channels for us to present the benefits of using Cadence. Huge hanks to Ben and Ender for the presentation and to everyone that attended.
# Cadence at W-JAX
It must be presentation month as we have had yet another Cadence presentation! Earlier this month a Cadence talk was featured at the W-JAX Conference (opens new window) in Munich, Germany. Merlin Walter (opens new window) presented a talk called Microservices - Modern Orchestration with Cadence (opens new window)
Session feedback received was very positive and it's great to see that new audiences are interested in learning more about Cadence and seeing how it works.
# Cadence in the News!
Below are a selection of Cadence related articles, blogs and whitepapers. Please take a look and feel free to share via your own social media channels.
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