The MuleSoft community keeps growing! Every day, we observe developers from around the globe take initiatives to strengthen their local groups, share business insights and exchange ideas on how APIs contribute to the ongoing digital transformation.
In the next ten days, no less than five MuleSoft community events are happening across the United States and in the UK. If you’re around Philadelphia, Boston, Dallas, San Francisco or London, read on to see what’s going on and make sure to RSVP!
Philadelphia: MuleSoft User Group Kick-Off Meeting
Nov 30th, 2016 – 6pm EST
The organizers have scheduled an informal gathering to kick-off the group. Attendees will be able to introduce themselves, brainstorm and plan goals / topics for the group. In addition to that, Tyrone Borromeo, Director, Solution Consulting, East Region at MuleSoft will present the latest updates about the platform.
Dallas: Microservices + Mule worker in Azure Discussions
Dec 1, 2016 – 5:30pm CST
Come and join your peers to hear how:
– Miguel Martinez and his team at Glazers are implementing API Design and Microservices
– Ruman Khan from GEICO and author of Rumanblogs.com, has used Mule along with Azure.
Have a short 10 to 15-minute lightning talk you want to share with the group? Bring your computer/ slides with you to the meetup. After our scheduled speakers are done, relevant talks are welcome!
Boston: MuleSoft User Group Kick-Off Meeting
Dec 1, 2016 – 6pm EST
Come and join other Bostonian developers to share experiences and ideas around MuleSoft. Topics and discussions for futures events will be chosen by attendees during the meetup.
San Francisco / Bay Area: RAML Meetup
Dec 1, 2016 – 5:30pm PST
Join other RAML community members in MuleSoft’s SF office to hear how Adeel Ali automatically generates DX kits in 10 programming languages, starting from a RAML description.
An open discussion will follow so bring your questions and stories! This group is open to anyone working with open APIs so spread the word around you!
London: Let’s build an API
Dec 8, 2016 – 6:30pm GMT
For the final meetup of the year, the community in London will welcome a special guest coming all the way from San Francisco: the author of “undisturbed REST”, Mike Stowe, will discuss and share best practices for API development.
If you too, you’d like to have a local impact within the MuleSoft community and create a User Group in your city, let us know in the comments: we’re here to support you!