It has been a year since we kicked off Training Talks, a blog series that focuses on insightful, how-to videos that address common MuleSoft use cases and FAQs received on the forum. We started out with a simple camera in one of our meeting rooms, with the goal to help developers get quick and simple answers to their questions.
In this demo, Mark will start by creating a new application, he will take data from a database that he will transform using DataWeave. After he transforms the data, he will load the data into another database using flow designer. Let’s get started!
Today you’ll meet the newest member of our Training Talks series, Mark Nguyen. Mark joined the training team in November of 2016 as a Curriculum Developer, and will be a familiar face from now on! And yes, we have Mark’s fun fact too…are you ready?
Mark was part of the original team that launched Taco Bell’s Doritos Locos Tacos and, from what I heard, if you mention his name when ordering one, you’ll get an extra taco for free.
Our favorite drummer/instructor is back with a new edition of Training Talks! In this demo, Ethan will show you how to copy over global configuration elements from a Mule application into a Mule domain project, including copying over the namespace and the schema location definitions for those global configuration elements, including the HTTP and VM queue connector.
The MuleSoft Champions Program is our developer advocacy program designed to provide support, networking opportunities, and recognition for MuleSoft developers all around the world. Joining the Champions Program can also have a positive effect on your career. But what it can also do is give you an opportunity to get free MuleSoft training!
Members of the Champions Program complete challenges to get points, and those points can be exchanged for MuleSoft training courses.
If you’re a seasoned MuleSoft developer or architect, then you’re already ahead of the curve. You probably have already taken our training, have basic-level certifications, you’re active in our community and even have your own squishy Mule. If these apply to you, then you’re ready to take our highest level of certification.
Welcome back to Training Talks! In this blog post Frances Sink, Certification and Programs Lead, will give you an inside look at our Certification Program and share why it’s important to get certified after completing training or once you’ve gained considerable experience with MuleSoft solutions.
You’ll learn about the Program and the different levels (Associate, Specialist, Professional), existing certifications by role ( Developer, Architect) and the recommended course to get you started with an Associate level certification.
In today’s Training Talk, we’re going to show you how to convert and format numbers as strings or numbers in DataWeave. Something we’ve noticed confuses people sometimes is the use of the hash symbol (#) versus the zero symbol (0) in the conversion format.
In this demo, Ethan will show some examples based on the java.text.DecimalFormat class format, which you can look at the documentation to learn more about. The first example shows a decimal number that goes out to the four decimal place.
When it comes to choosing the right training it’s helpful to know all your options before making a final decision. Whether you’re a developer—with prior MuleSoft experience or not— a business manager, operations professional or architect, MuleSoft Training & Certification has a broad catalog that fits different roles and levels.
But it’s not only about your role and expertise level, it’s also about the investment you can make, of both time and money.
In this week’s Training Talks we’re going to talk about domains. But first, we have another fun fact from our next instructor, Ethan Port. Back in the 80’s (not that long ago), Ethan played the guitar and drums in a rock band that is still very popular today in Greece. Did I mention the drums were flaming?
Now back to domains. So what is a domain? A domain is a special type of project that you can create in Anypoint Studio which has shared resources like an HTTP connection or JMS connection,
MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform for connecting any application, data source or API, whether in the cloud or on-premises. With Anypoint Platform®, MuleSoft delivers a complete integration experience built on proven open source technology, eliminating the pain and cost of point-to-point integration. Anypoint Platform includes CloudHub™ iPaaS, Mule ESB™, and a unified solution for API management™, design and publishing.