Our MuleSoft CONNECT Digital events offered a multitude of opportunities for developers from around the world. Developers could attend developer-focused breakout sessions, join a Meetup group, and earn MuleCoins for MuleSoft swag. If you attended one of these events, thank you! It was a pleasure virtually meeting everyone. For those who missed our events, check out our recap and Developer Meetup recordings below!
It was a pleasure virtually meeting everyone during our MuleSoft CONNECT Digital events in the Americas, EMEA, and APAC regions! From attending developer-focused breakout sessions to joining a Meetup group, we hope you gained new knowledge, made meaningful connections with other developers, and became a member of our vibrant MuleSoft Community during one or all of our MuleSoft CONNECT Digitals.
We want to thank our Developer Meetup speakers for each regional event. You each worked extremely hard to create engaging, insightful, and fun content! We would also like to thank our MuleSoft Ambassadors who answered questions in the live chats during the events. You offered expertise and experiences that helped our Developer Community continue to grow!
Developer opportunities at MuleSoft CONNECT Digital
At every MuleSoft CONNECT Digital event, developers attended breakout sessions with technical talks on a variety of MuleSoft topics. Check out what developers had to say about the sessions and the experience:
“Nice experience, productive sessions, and I saw the Mule world virtually; it’s amazing”– Manjunath B.
“I can’t believe what MuleSoft created for this year’s #MuleSoftCONNECT events. The platform is so easy to use and you get the sense you’re at an in-person CONNECT with all the booths and online sessions.”– Alexandra M.
“Awesome events and enjoyed the Mule 4 tips&tricks, Service Mesh, and Developer Meetup sessions.”– Surya D.
“Attending CONNECT Digital for the third time! I learn something new every time.” .– Satya S
Additionally, our Community booth held live chats for developers to virtually connect, ask questions, and share their expertise! MuleSoft developers from around the world discussed virtual MuleSoft Meetups, MUnit, and DataWeave best practices in the chat. Developers could also register to join MuleSoft Meetup groups at the Community booth to participate in future events both locally and globally.
For many of the developers that attended, our Developer Meetups was the highlight of their MuleSoft CONNECT Digital events. Each region had different speakers from the MuleSoft Community sharing their own use cases and areas of expertise. We had over 2,000 attendees at our Developer Meetups! Check out recaps of each Developer Meetup below.
MuleSoft CONNECT Digital Developer Meetups
At our first MuleSoft CONNECT Digital event, our Developer Meetup focused on DataWeave best practices and use cases. The event kicked off with Sabrina Marechal, Manager, Developer Community at MuleSoft, providing an overview of the MuleSoft Community and the multitude of opportunities for developers to get involved such as writing a blog with us!
After the introduction, Veera Gopalakrishnan, System Integration Engineer at UCSF, presented Dynamic DataWeave for secure access to UCSF EHR data. He provided an in-depth look at how UCSF externalized DataWeave scripts using Salesforce Metadata Tables to ease the process of validating and redacting patient data while maintaining required data security.
Following Veera’s technical use case, MuleSoft Ambassador and DataWeave expert Joshua Erney detailed DataWeave best practices. He led attendees through a technical demo and presentation on the Update Function or as he calls it The best thing to happen to DataWeave since sliced bread: the Update Function.
Following our Developer Meetup in Americas, we had another packed Meetup during MuleSoft CONNECT Digital EMEA. This Meetup featured a range of topics including MUnit tests, getting started using MuleSoft, and unlocking secret data with APIs. Rohit George, RVP Customer Success at MuleSoft, began by introducing our community programs and the Meetup groups available to join in the EMEA region.
Lilly Hulse, Digital & Technology Solutions Degree Apprentice at Bentley Motors, shared How I delivered my first project using MuleSoft to unlock data at Bentley. She described her impressive journey as a new MuleSoft developer and her recent project using APIs to securely access secret data for a new mobile application.
Concluding this Developer Meetup, MuleSoft Ambassador and Warsaw Meetup leader, Patryk Bandurski discussed MUnit best practices and the importance of using MUnit tests to save time as a developer. His demo detailed how to use the MUnit Test Recorder and run parameterized tests.
Our last MuleSoft CONNECT Digital event in APAC was a huge success! Our Developer Meetup highlighted two topics: creating reusable DataWeave scripts and integrating JIRA, providing attendees a broader scope of possible MuleSoft use cases. Royston Lobo, Sr. Integration Architect at MuleSoft, kicked off the Meetup to share his unique perspective of our Developer Community and the benefits of joining.
Tyler Haigh, DevOps Engineer at NSW Pathology followed, presenting Creating reusable DataWeave scripts for Healthcare Acceleration. He showed attendees how he uses DataWeave scripts to connect applications and systems with HL7 messaging and the benefits of creating reusable APIs and DataWeave scripts for future projects.
Finally, MuleSoft Ambassador and Meetup Leader Santosh Ojha concluded our last Developer Meetup. His presentation Integrating JIRA was in-depth and demonstrated how to use MuleSoft to integrate systems with JIRA. He showed how to use MuleSoft to integrate JIRA with Gmail to solve support tickets and improve the customer experience.
If you missed out on the MuleSoft CONNECT Digital events or are looking for another opportunity to connect and learn from our Developer Community, you can join us at APIDays Interface on June 30th and July 1st from 9am to 4pm PST. Register here for the free virtual event!
We also have more than 130 MuleSoft Meetup groups worldwide. Join the one nearest to you and get notifications when new events are scheduled.