Whether you are just learning about APIs, a new MuleSoft user, or a seasoned veteran in building integrations, MuleSoft Meetup groups provide an ideal opportunity to learn, share knowledge, and network. As fall arrives and community members return from their summer vacations (or winter vacations, depending on which hemisphere they are on!), MuleSoft Meetup groups continue to grow. We now have 59 chapters around the world, with thousands of developers gathering monthly!
The world’s largest vendor-neutral API conference and expo, API World, is kicking off this week. And we are excited to announce that we will be on the ground from September 26-27 to talk about API program strategies, demo a solution using GraphQL APIs, show a fun demo that involves Twitter and a Commodore 64, and more!
Drop by booth 210 (left of the main entrance, near the lounge area),
We recently launched a new MuleSoft Meetup program and, in the two months since, we have had over 25 Meetups in 9 countries-–bringing people together to explore, teach, and learn about API-led connectivity!
Check out some of the highlights from August and see what future Meetups in September and October have in store!
In the month since our launch, the community has responded enthusiastically to the launch of our new MuleSoft Meetup program. These Meetups are community-led events, bringing people together to explore, teach, and learn about API-led connectivity by sharing use cases and doing hands-on exercises. You don’t necessarily have to be a MuleSoft user to join: all API enthusiasts are welcome!
Highlights from a recent MuleSoft Meetup
As of today,
At MuleSoft, we are fortunate to have a global developer community that few enterprise software companies could ever dream of. This community is consistently active on our online channels, whether it is through our forums, Champions program, or social networks. By taking part in this digital community, many developers have become recognized experts, contributing brilliant Mule knowledge and mentorship to their peers.
CONNECT 2017 is just around the corner and we want to make sure you have training and certification added to your agenda. Get ready for hands-on training, onsite certifications, new offerings, and much more.
Register for training and learn from our award-winning team
As a conference attendee, you can sign up for training and choose from 7 instructor-led courses. Each course has been designed for a particular role (Business,
A recent report, conducted by Utah State University and sponsored by Puppet Labs, revealed that DevOps practices can boost IT performance and ultimately improve a business’s bottom line. High IT performance correlates with DevOps practices like proactive monitoring and continuous delivery and integration. Similarly, the ability to create and implement a successful API strategy has become a critical competency for modern IT teams. According to MuleSoft’s 2017 Connectivity Benchmark Report,
If you live in London, New York, Raleigh, Lille, Philadelphia or Fort Lauderdale, then open up your agenda: a MuleSoft Community Meetup is about to happen near you.
Our Community Meetup groups are run by our Community for our Community: they welcome anyone who wants to explore MuleSoft’s tools – Mule ESB, CloudHub, and AnyPoint API platform for building SOA, SaaS integration and API solutions. They target all skill levels, from beginners to experts in Java or .NET who are looking to gain and share knowledge.
Since 2015, MuleSoft Champion’s program has grown to over 12,000 developers from around the world. Developers not only complete challenges to redeem prizes (from training and certification vouchers to items from the MuleSoft swag store), but they also share valuable best practices with others in the program.
To celebrate the great thought leadership that is brewing within the community, we invited 3 champions from the program to share, through a demo,
How do you transition your organization from mainframe to microservices?
According to our recent survey of IT decision makers, 91% say that they are either undertaking digital transformation initiatives or planning to do so in the next three years. But nearly half say also say that legacy systems are the single biggest obstacle to achieving their digital transformation goals. Clearly, legacy modernization is on the minds of IT decision makers and is a key issue to resolve.