This July, groups across the world took the leap and organized their first MuleSoft Meetup. Congratulations to Paris, Lahore, Houston, and Tokyo! We will have several Meetups across the globe in August––from Brisbane, Pune, and Fort Lauderdale to Mumbai, Detroit, and Gurugram.
Read on for more details. And, if you are not a member of a MuleSoft Meetup group yet, be sure to check out the 83 groups we have across the globe to find a Meetup near you!
Upcoming Meetups in July
Detroit, MI – July 26th, 2018
For his very first Meetup in Detroit, Jay Janarthanan, MuleSoft Architect at Flagstar Bank, is organizing a session covering the Titan release. Jay will present how the entire product stack – including API Designer Center, Anypoint Exchange, Runtime manager, and Studio – work together. This information that will be helpful for new and existing users alike. Jay will also present a hands-on demo showing how you can use Mule without any coding, create an interface to Amazon Alexa, update a database in real-time from Salesforce using platform events, and more.
Brisbane, Australia – July 27th, 2018
For his third Meetup in Brisbane, Savio Mascarenhas, Senior Application Developer at the Department of Transport and Main Roads, is organizing an exciting evening filled with insights on Anypoint Monitoring and API security!
Pune, India – July 28th, 2018
This will be the third Meetup in Pune! Our Meetup leaders (Santosh Ojha, Architect at Infosys; Niranjan Joshi, Software Engineer at Great Software Laboratory; Seemant Jain, Consultant at Infosys; and Mukesh Thakur, Technical Specialist at Zensar Technologies) will present on how to leverage the MuleSoft forums to provide insights and get answers to questions within the developer community. Then, they’ll discuss what’s new in Mule 4 and Studio 7.
Upcoming Meetups in August
México City, Mexico – August 3rd, 2018
This will be the very first Meetup in México City! Alan Muñoz, Integration Specialist Consultant at NEWTOMS LLC will start with an introduction to MuleSoft as an Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), and provide a comprehensive explanation of each tool offered in Anypoint Platform. A Q&A session will follow, as well as a snack and networking break. Alan will also talk about API-led connectivity and spec-driven development, guiding the group through the advantages of leveraging this approach for their projects.
Gurugram, India – August 4th, 2018
Sadik Ali, Architect at Kellton Tech Solutions, and Pryank Gupta, Technical Lead at United Health Group, are organizing the very first Meetup in Gurugram. This session will be for anyone enthusiastic to learn and develop new skills using Anypoint Platform. Sadik and Pryank will elaborate on how microservices architectures fit with an API-led connectivity approach and also discuss Anypoint Platform Titan release.
Mumbai, India – August 4th, 2018
This will be the first Meetup in Mumbai too! Ranveer Meel, Team Lead at Accenture India, will present on API-led connectivity and discuss best practices using Mule 4. The group will also discuss the best learning paths for beginners and the resources available for getting started on Anypoint platform.
Guadalajara, Mexico – August 8th, 2018
Join Victor Sosa, Director of Service Delivery, Salvador Zalapa, Integration Engineer, and Larisa Arenas López, Integration Engineer, both with IO Connect Services, for the first Meetup in Mexico! This first meeting will provide attendees with the opportunity to mingle with the local MuleSoft community, learn the basics of Mule, and build the first application.
Phoenix, AZ – August 9th, 2018
Vijay Rao, MuleSoft Practice Head at Apisero, is proud to announce a great line up of guest speakers for his event in August: Deepak Halder (Senior Consultant at Apisero), Milton Nelson (IT Administrator at Arizona State University), Sachin Gidadhubli (Senior Consultant at Sierra-Cedar), and Senthil Govindaraj (Senior Enterprise Integration Architect at Isagenix).
Please join the presenters as they discuss Mule 4, CI/CD, DataWeave, tips and tricks to handle EDI/HL7 messages, and more!
Dallas, TX – August 15th, 2018
Join Miguel Martinez, Head of the MuleSoft Practice at Avio Consulting, and Ruman Khan, Integration Specialist at Bank of America, to learn how to automate your Mule application deployments both on-premise and in the cloud through CloudHub, using Chef and Maven. Ryan Hoegg, President of Hoegg Software, will be presenting.
Sydney, Australia – August 16th, 2018
This will be the third Sydney Meetup. The agenda is currently being finalized, and we are actively looking for participants. If you would like to present or share your ideas please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing fresh and familiar faces!
Fort Lauderdale, FL – August 16th, 2018
For their new Meetup in sunny Fort Lauderdale, Nadeem Akhter, VP Integration, and Imran Sabir, Senior Consultant, both at AAJ Technologies, will discuss DataWeave 2.0, streams, error handling, enriched connectors, flow triggers, the self-tuning engine, and Mule SDK.
Christchurch, New Zealand – August 30th, 2018
Kian Ting, Software Engineer at Christchurch City Council and famous contributor to the MuleSoft community, will explain how to:
- Apply custom policies with an on-premise runtime Mule 3.9
- Apply a CXF Soap Interceptor in runtime Mule 3.9
- Write reusable Groovy scripts, and debugging groovy scripts in Anypoint IDE
Manila, Philippines – September 20th, 2018
Come join Ryan Andal and Christopher Co, both Senior Integration Solutions Consultants at Whitesky Labs, to look at exciting ways of integrating data and applications using Mule 4. The Meetup will also include a general discussion about how Mule 4 going to change the way integration specialists do their work.
Indianapolis, IN – September 20th, 2018
The agenda of the 4th Indianapolis Meetup is still in the works, but save the date!