Are you curious about how Anypoint Platform works? Do you want to know what API-led connectivity is? Do you want to take advantage of the recent Anypoint Platform Nov ‘17 release or the Mule 4 release candidate?
Then ask a practitioner with hands-on experience in-person! Our global MuleSoft Developer Meetup program is designed to bring together all practitioners to exchange ideas–– from developers and architects to anyone who wants to build APIs and integrations. The program has grown exponentially since its launch in June, and we’ve seen – in the past month only – an average of 3 Meetups a week all around the globe!
As the end of the year approaches, our leaders are organizing more Meetups, and they are eager to meet with their local communities to share the new features of the Anypoint Platform Nov ‘17 release, Mule 4 and Studio 7 release candidates. Here’s a roundup of past MuleSoft Developer Meetups and what’s to come in the MuleSoft community until the end of the year.
Meetup highlights from the past month
Many community members stepped up to become Meetup leaders in the past month, and many also took the leap and held their first events. We would like to thank them for their efforts in contributing to their local MuleSoft community. Here are some of the highlights:
Tejas Purohit and Rajeshkumar Maheshvari, co-founders of BasilRoot Technologies, hosted the very first Meetup in India; in Ahmedabad. They provided an introduction into Anypoint Platform and gave an overview of the Salesforce connector.
Chicago also had its first event, organized by a team of Muleys led by Nick Schott, Senior Solutions Consultant at MuleSoft. The agenda included a session on Blockchains, led by Chuck Mackie, and an overview of the Anypoint Platform Nov. ’17 release and the Mule 4 release candidate.
Ana Chiritescu, from our Swedish partner Enfo, organized the first event in Stockholm with the help of John Folkesson from Nordic Choice Hotels. The event was a success with over 20 attendees, and there is already a second Meetup planned for February!
West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Several of our customers met at the first Meetup in West Yorkshire, UK, led by Jason Goodwill from Saint-Gobain. They used this first session to introduce how they have been using MuleSoft over the past year and also discussed common areas of interest for future meetups.
In addition to the first-time MuleSoft Developer Meetups above, some long-time running groups also had an event this month. This includes:
Michael Hyatt and Kevin Finn in Melbourne hosted their second Meetup. This time they discussed how to increase the density of CloudHub workers, and covered a series of use cases behind Client and Marketplace integrations using Mule at FastTrack.
London, United Kingdom
Rajesh Rajmangal and Thomas Peach from Pace Integration led another MuleSoft developer Meetup in London. They covered common challenges faced with on-premise to cloud scenarios and how to establish best practices for SAP integration using Anypoint Platform.
San Francisco, CA
Auckland, New Zealand
In Auckland, Niket Mohey, Senior Solutions Consultant at MuleSoft, shared with the attendees the latest updates about the Anypoint Platform Nov. ’17 release and a preview of the Mule 4 release candidate.
Lastly, Miguel Martinez from Avio Consulting gathered his group in Dallas to discuss how to achieve CI/CD with Maven and Jenkins, and how Boy Scouts of America is organizing and optimizing their deployments for best CPU Core utilization using CloudHub.
Upcoming MuleSoft Developer Meetups
November was definitely one of the busiest months for MuleSoft Meetups so far, and December is already packed with new events! Here are a number of upcoming MuleSoft Developer Meetups as of the writing of this blog post. Please, note that many leaders may plan additional events daily, so be sure to check the upcoming Meetup events section if you do not see an event near you:
Vancouver, BC – December 5th, 2017
The Appnovation team will be hosting this kickoff event at their brand new, water-view offices in Gastown. Their MuleSoft experts will give an overview of Anypoint Platform, composite API calls, and discuss their experience as integrators with Enterprise MuleSoft customers.
Knoxville, TN – December 6th, 2017
Cognizant MuleSoft experts will give an overview of MuleSoft’s Anypoint platform and API-led connectivity, as well as discuss their experience as integrators with Enterprise MuleSoft customers.
San Jose, CA – December 7th, 2017
Ashish Goyal (Cisco) and Chari Gunasekaran (Splunk) will give a demo of the security features in Anypoint Platform that enable developers to protect applications according to security requirements by preventing security breaches and facilitating authorized access to data.
Christchurch, NZ – December 11th, 2017
Kian Ting will talk about the Mule API Health Check, how to monitor Mule applications, and how to use flow designer to automate URL health check pings.
Toronto, ON – December 12th, 2017
Bruno Baloi, Solutions Consultant a MuleSoft, will introduce the Anypoint Platform Nov. ’17 release as well as the Mule 4 release candidate. Plus, MuleSoft customer EQ Bank will share details on how to build an architecture for digital banks.
New York City, NY – December 12th, 2017
Tyrone Borromeo, Regional Director of Solutions Consulting at MuleSoft, and his team are getting festive with a special event, giveaways, and an intro of the features of the Anypoint Platform Nov. ’17 release.
Lead a MuleSoft Developer Meetup!
Will one of your New Year’s resolutions be to lead a MuleSoft Developer Meetup group in your city? We definitely encourage you to make it one! Apply here to start a Meetup group in your area and share your MuleSoft knowledge with other users.