Meet Innovation Challenge winner Ana Felisatti

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Ana’s hobbies range from participating in any sport she can find and bingeing on Netflix to playing old video games, learning about history, and playing the guitar. “I love to learn about everything,” says Ana Felisatti, a Buenos Aires-based Manager of Software Engineering at MuleSoft. “There are so many things that bring me joy!”

Ana was recently named a 2020 winner of Salesforce’s internal Innovation Challenge — the result of three patent filings representing innovations in software patching,

MuleSoft named one of Argentina’s best workplaces for the third year

Great Place to Work named MuleSoft, a Salesforce Company, one of the Best Workplaces in Argentina for the third year. This recognition would not be possible without our incredible employees who propel us forward during the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Among MuleSoft employees there is a sense of ownership when it comes to creating and maintaining the culture that makes MuleSoft such a great place to work.

MuleSoft gives back in Ukraine

I’ve been at MuleSoft for two years now, including one year as part of Salesforce. Our 1-1-1 model is one of the most exciting things we do as a company. I’m always proud and happy to talk about it to people I’ve met.

Putting our culture of innovation into practice

Twice a year, MuleSoft hosts an internal hackathon to allow teams to focus on passion projects and unique ways of using our platform. Last week, we hosted our second hackathon of the year with the theme Scaling MuleSoft.

“Hackathons are a great way to have engineers bring new ideas that they can turn into products, improve our existing products, try out new technologies, and mainly have fun,” says Mariano Capurro, VP of Engineering at MuleSoft.

Committing to operational excellence: Our journey to Infrastructure as Code

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At MuleSoft, we are committed to customer success by investing in product and engineering operational excellence. The faster we can innovate/produce new features, the better equipped our customers are at enabling IT and transforming their businesses. One of the ways we’ve been able to move faster is by migrating to Infrastructure as Code (IaC).

What is IaC?

IaC is the process of managing and provisioning infrastructure and its configuration through templates using code.

Building a new software category

When every person carries an always-connected, multi-core computer in their pocket, when there are sensors on every street light and hundreds of sensors in every car, every company must become a tech company. In this post we will explain how the engineering team is building an entirely new category of software to enable this transformation.

From retail to financial services to healthcare and government, connectivity and integration are at the core of enabling business to both compete and expand.

MuleSoft Open House

Last year, while we were discussing sponsoring an organization supporting women in technology, an idea came up: doing something ourselves. We thought about what we wished we had known before starting our careers and all agreed we would have liked to know upfront what the job looked like: what work we could actually do, which roles we could have and how was the day to day in a tech company. An open house seemed like a great way to show what life in MuleSoft is like,

Introducing MuleSoft Anyparty Platform

At MuleSoft, the premier connectivity company of the 21st century, we always take a comprehensive, holistic view of integration. We are not just here to connect your ERP, CRM, ACD, or HRS. We are also here to integrate your employees to help them live happy, API-led lives so they are more productive for your composable enterprise.

Connect Anything. Party Everywhere.Connect Anything. Party Everywhere.

Today, too many people rely on P2P,

Horse Training in China in the Year of the Mule

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No, that was not a typo…

Implementation services team members are truly the workhorses and warhorses of enterprise software companies. From the business analysts to the field engineers, their efforts contribute critically to whether or not customers can successfully go live into production. Therefore, it is important the “horses” are well trained for a company to be successful. As for Mule,