Are you a developer using or interested in using Mule ESB, Anypoint Studio, Anypoint Platform™, or RAML? If so, we’d like to invite you to come hang out and meet the MuleSoft team next Thursday, March 12 at 6pm, at the Cartoon Art Museum in beautiful San Francisco!
Registration is limited and required, so make sure to register soon!
At MuleSoft, we know that integration not only cuts costs and makes developers’ lives easier, but it can also help companies bring innovative ideas and products to market faster. When you’re not connecting broken systems, you can actually get work done at a faster pace!
This year at CONNECT 2014, we’ll be talking about how you can use our products to transform your company and gain a competitive advantage.
With Labor Day officially behind us, the summer has come to an end. For some people that means going back to school. For others it means going back to work, dusting off that coffee mug, and filling it up with whatever it takes to get the job done. For the newly formed developer relations and marketing team here at MuleSoft, it means hitting the road, and taking the company back to its roots…
The massive growth of APIs and SaaS applications has created a need to integrate anything, anywhere. This integration wave presents unique challenges for organizations looking to integrate both in the cloud and on-premise. Join Ross Mason, Founder & CTO of MuleSoft, as he discusses the emerging hybrid architectures designed to manage this challenge.
In this webinar, you will:
Its QCon time again in San Francisco. This is one of the conferences that I really enjoy and the line up for this year is looking better than ever.
On Thursday, I will be doing a panel discussion with Bob Lee, Rod Johnson and Geir Magnusson discussing “How does the Open Source trend in Java affect your design and development process”, which should be really interesting.
On Friday I am co-hosting a talk with Dan Diephouse about Bringing the enterprise to the web with Mule.