25 virtual MuleSoft Meetups in November

MuleSoft Meetup leaders have planned a great month of Meetups — including five cities holding their first virtual events! Speakers from the MuleSoft Community will cover a variety of highly requested topics including: MUnit testing, Anypoint Service Mesh, CI/CD implementation, and Anypoint Studio best practices. There are opportunities to join local and global Meetups in over 20 different cities. Let us know which Meetups you attend using #MuleSoftMeetups!

Throughout the month of November, we will also be hosting the first-ever MuleSoft Hackathon happening until Nov. 29, 2020 at 11:59pm PT. Register today and submit your innovative projects for an opportunity to win awesome prizes. More information is available on the MuleSoft Hackathon 2020 page. We will also be hosting office hours during November to answer any questions you might have related to the Hackathon registration or submission process. 

Please note the following eligibility requirements: No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Contest runs from October 22, 2020 at 9:00am PT and ends on November 29, 2020 at 11:59pm PT. Open to legal residents of the U.S. (incl. D.C.), Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada (excl. Quebec), France, Germany, India, Ireland, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Spain, South Africa, Ukraine, and the U.K. Must be 18+ (20+ in Japan). Restrictions apply. See Official Rules.

We have more than 130 MuleSoft Meetup groups worldwide. Join the one nearest to you and get notifications when new events are scheduled. If you’re interested in joining one of our online MuleSoft Meetups, check out these 25 virtual sessions you can join from anywhere around the world: 

Upcoming virtual Meetups in November

Toronto, Canada: November 3, 2020

For the first Meetup of November, Jitendra Bafna, Sr. Solution Architect at Capgemini, will discuss Anypoint VPC, VPN, and DLB architecture best practices. 

Register here for the virtual event

Online Group- MuleSoft Hackathon 2020: November 3, 2020

This is the first office hours session we’ll be holding for the MuleSoft Hackathon 2020. Meet with Royston Lobo, Sr. Technical Architect at MuleSoft, to ask questions about registering, submitting your project, and more. This is an APAC-friendly time. More office hours will be available.

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Wellington, New Zealand: November 4, 2020

Kenneth D’Souza, Software Engineer at Christchurch City Council, will share how his company implemented their CI/CD strategy. There will also be a presentation by BNZ regarding their use of MUnit Test Recorder to make unit testing easier. 

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Columbia, South Carolina: November 5, 2020

This is the first Meetup for the Columbia Meetup group! Four speakers from AD Victoriam Solutions will provide an overview of MuleSoft during this Meetup. They are: Luis Cantu, MuleSoft Developer; Nico Gutierrez, MuleSoft Developer; Raymond Padgett, Developer; and Tom Minto, MuleSoft Architect. 

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Houston, Texas: November 5, 2020

David Berlind, Editor-in-Chief at Programmable Web, and Mike Saleme, Principal Solutions Engineer at MuleSoft, will be presenting “API value: How to explain the benefits of APIs to your grandmother” and an update on Anypoint Platform. There will also be time to share about your MuleSoft training journey or recent projects you are working on. 

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Hong Kong, Hong Kong: November 6, 2020

Learn more about MuleSoft Connectors with Salesforce and other platforms to accelerate your integration development. Alvin Wu, Sr. Technical Consultant, and Steven Leong, Consulting Manager, both at Introv will present. This Meetup will be held in Cantonese. 

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Delhi, India: November 7, 2020

Join Abhay Agrawal, Technical Architect at Tavant, as he discusses Enterprise Integration Patterns in MuleSoft. Bring questions for the Q&A session to end the Meetup.

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Surat, India: November 7, 2020

Jitendra Bafna, Sr. Solution Architect at Capgemini, and Nikkhil Manchanda, Associate Director- Solutions Architect at Apisero, will discuss Anypoint Monitoring and Dataloader.io with MuleSoft and Salesforce

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Nagpur, India: November 7, 2020

During this Meetup, hear from Ameer Godugu, Sr. Technical Consultant at Blue Yonder, and Santosh C, Head of Enterprise Process and Integration at Happiest Minds Technologies. They will present “Integration challenges of today and Netsuite integration with MuleSoft.”

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Hong Kong, Hong Kong: November 7, 2020

Following their Meetup on November 6, the Hong Kong group will feature a technical talk by Roikka Hazarika, Solution Architect at Apisero. Roikka will lead a session on CI/CD in MuleSoft using Azure DevOps. This event will be in English.

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Detroit, Michigan: November 12, 2020

This is the first virtual Meetup for the Detroit group! MuleSoft Ambassador Miguel Martinez and Jay Janarthana, Salesforce Practice Lead at Technosoft Corp., will cover what a MuleSoft COE does for companies as well as tips for building custom connectors.  

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Indianapolis, Indiana: November 12, 2020

MuleSoft Ambassador Manik Magar will be presenting at the first virtual Indianapolis Meetup. He will provide MUnit best practices and examples performing MUnit tests.

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Lima, Peru: November 12, 2020

Adalberto Toledo, Software Developer at PTY Technologies, George Aquino, Solutions Architect, Irving Tristan, Full Stack Developer at TCS, and Yvon Zalec, Analyst at Everis, will present at this Meetup. The event will feature talks on API basics, logs in Anypoint Studio, error management, VM connectors, and MUnit testing. The event will be in Spanish.

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Panamá City, Panamá: November 13, 2020

The agenda for this Meetup will be posted shortly.

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Valencia, Spain: November 16, 2020

This is the first Meetup ever for the Valencia group! David Roldán Martínez, API Architect at Capgemini, will share API strategy tips and how to implement API integration in your organization. This Meetup will be in Spanish. 

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Solingen, Germany: November 17, 2020

The agenda for this Meetup will be posted shortly. The event will be held in German.

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Brussels, Belgium: November 17, 2020

This is the first virtual event for the Brussels Meetup group! Learn more about MuleSoft’s API-led approach to S/4 HANA migration during a presentation by Piyush Sharma, Sr. Integration developer at Billenium. 

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Twin Cities, Minnesota: November 17, 2020

The agenda for this Meetup will be posted shortly. 

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San Francisco, California: November 17, 2020

Twitter is taking over this MuleSoft Meetup! Join Edgar Moran, MuleSoft Ambassador Felipe Ocadiz, and Juan Castelan, all of whom are IT integration engineers at Twitter. They will discuss best practices to save time when using Anypoint Platform.

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Denver, Colorado: November 18, 2020

Jared Mosley, MuleSoft Consultant at Big Compass, will provide MUnit best practices related to flow recordings, one-click mocking, and specific code checks. There will be various live demonstrations. 

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Online Group- English: November 18, 2020

This is the second part of the RTF focused series by the Online Group-English in the EMEA time zone. Anu Vijayamohan, Customer Success Architect, and Arno Brugman, Strategi Advisor, both at MuleSoft, will lead a discussion on Batch Processing in Mule 4.

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Paris, France: November 18, 2020

Join Mahamadou Nour Kadri, MuleSoft Consultant, and Nicolas Feneulle, MuleSoft Tech Lead, from Devoteam Nexdigital for an in-depth look at service mesh. This Meetup will be held in French. 

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Karachi, Pakistan: November 18, 2020

This is the first virtual Meetup for the Karachi group! Abdul Mangrio, Software Engineer at Royal Cyber Inc., will walk attendees through creating their own fully functional API with Anypoint Platform and how to publish their first API specification on Exchange.

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Sydney, Australia: November 19, 2020

Join Ahmed Heidar, Solution Architect at MuleSoft, as he teaches attendees how to create a voice interface using Alexa for your Anypoint account. There will also be time to discuss MuleSoft updates and ask questions. 

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Vancouver, Canada: November 19, 2020

Alexandra Martinez, MuleSoft Ambassadress, will deep dive into DataWeave transformations. Bring questions for the Q&A.

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Tokyo, Japan: November 19, 2020

Learn more about Anypoint Platform and CloudHub during this first virtual Meetup for the Tokyo group. Mitch Okamoto, Technical Architect at MuleSoft, will present.

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Trichy, India: November 21, 2020

This will be the first Meetup ever for the Trichy group! Ramkumar P, Sr. Integration Developer at MST solutions, will discuss the Google Big Query Connector in MuleSoft. Bring ideas for future Meetups. 

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates: November 21, 2020

Join Sadik Ali, Architect at Kellton Technologies, to learn more about MuleSoft integration with the RPA tool. There will be a Q&A following the demo. 

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Mumbai, India: November 21, 2020

Supriya Pawar, Technical Delivery Team Lead, and Sumit Ahuja, Sr. Software Developer, at Accenture will cover a variety of topics including: Sonar-Qube integration, RAML best practices, and DataWeave functions.

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Taipei, Taiwan: November 26, 2020

Chen Hongshun, Technical adviser, and Huang Shouzheng, Chief Technical Advisor, both at Tianxin Information, will present on common problems of system integration. This event will be held in Mandarin. 

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Online Group-Spanish: November 26, 2020

This is the second event in our MuleSoft for Java professionals Meetup series hosted by our Online Group Spanish. Andres Cespedes Morales, Sr. Technical Instructor at MuleSoft, will dive a little deeper into MuleSoft technology and API-led connectivity. This is a great series for anyone looking to familiarize themselves with MuleSoft. The event will be in Spanish. 

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Melbourne, Australia: November 26, 2020

The agenda for this event will be posted shortly.

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Panamá City, Panamá: November 27, 2020

Join David Cisneros, Sr. Solutions Architect at MuleSoft, to learn how to better implement  various integration strategies. There will be trivia at the end of the event!

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Lucknow, India: November 28, 2020

This is the first virtual Meetup for the Lucknow group! Aquib Javed, Sr. Associate at Cognizant, will discuss how to build secure APIs with Anypoint Platform and approaches to systems integration with Salesforce. 

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Surat, India: November 28, 2020

Mary Joy Sabal, Integration Technical Lead at Datacom, will share how to create MuleSoft API project templates using Maven Archetypes. She will be joined by Jitendra Bafna, Sr. Solution Architect at Capgemini, discussing how to implement GraphQL with MuleSoft for OpenBanking APIs.

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Upcoming in-person Meetups in November

Geneva, Switzerland: November 4, 2020

Maksym Dovgopolyi, CEO at Synergysoft will share MuleSoft Catalyst best practices. This is an in-person event and has a max attendance of 15 people. Please adhere to all local guidelines. 

Register here for the in-person event

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