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Stabilizing and Reinforcing H-E-B's Existing Curbside Fulfillment Systems While Reinventing Them

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Justin Turner discusses using Chaos Engineering while recreating parts of their system.

Bio

Justin Turner is a senior software engineering manager at H-E-B, a Texas-based retailer with over 340 stores. Justin and his team are responsible for Digital Fulfillment, which powers the company's curbside pickup, last mile delivery, and make ready fulfillment systems to ensure fast and accurate customer experiences.

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Chaos Conf is a single-track conference for the Chaos Engineering community to come together, hear talks from Chaos practitioners, share their learnings, and take chaos engineering back to their organizations.

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Nov 12, 2020

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