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:
# Community Survey
We've been talking about doing a community survey for a while and during February we sent it out. We are still collating the results so it's not too late to send in your response.
The survey takes 5 minutes and is your opportunity to provide feedback to the project and highlight areas you think we need to focus on.
Use this Survey Link (opens new window)
Please take a few minutes to give us your opinion.
# Cadence and Temporal
During user surveys we've had a few queries about whether Cadence and Temporal (opens new window) are the same project. The answer is No - they are not the same project but they do share the same origin. At a high level Temporal is a fork of the Cadence project. Both Temporal and Cadence are now being developed by different communities so are independent.
# Cadence at DoorDash
Although published a few months ago we missed including an article by DoorDash (opens new window) about how they are using Cadence to build real time event processing with Apache Flink (opens new window) and Apache Kafka (opens new window).
Here is the link to the article: Building Scalable Real Time Event Processing with Kafka and Flink (opens new window)
Remember to let us know if you have news, articles or blog posts about Cadence that you'd like us to include in these monthly updates.
# 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.
Getting Started with Cadence, an Open Source Workflow Engine (opens new window)
Meet Cadence: Workflow Engine for Taming Complex Processes (opens new window)
# Upcoming Events
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