Training Talks: How to Become MuleSoft Certified

March 29 2017

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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.

MuleSoft Wins UK Cloud Awards Most Innovative Enterprise Product

March 28 2017

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At MuleSoft, we’re dedicated to finding unique solutions to difficult problems. As our founder, Ross Mason recently said, “MuleSoft was founded to take the ‘donkey work’ out of a hard technical problem by approaching it in an entirely new way.” This is why, thanks to our customers and partners, we were so pleased and proud MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform recently win the 2017 UK Cloud Award for “Most Innovative Enterprise Product of the Year.”

How to Become a Platform Company

March 24 2017

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In the early Internet era, we used to say that every company needed to become an Internet company to survive. At that time, many companies either did not know what this meant or were in denial as to the threat the Internet posed to their traditional business. Fast forward several decades, and we find the companies that are thriving are those that successfully extended their business to the Internet. Now, it’s the dawn of a new era – the Platform era. Success in this era may require evolving from a product company to a platform company.

Debugging Support: The Buenos Aires Team

March 23 2017

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In traditional Support teams, a Support Engineer usually receives cases from the customer, tries to troubleshoot them and if they cannot solve the issues by themselves, they escalate it to the product team. At MuleSoft we decided to build the team in a completely different way —composed of professionals with backgrounds in software development, testing, and infrastructure.

“None of the members of Support had actually worked in a support role before MuleSoft.”

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Envision the Future of Enterprise Technology at Connect 2017

March 22 2017

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87 percent of IT decision makers say that their business will change more in the next five years than in the previous five. That’s an exhilarating thought. MuleSoft’s Connect 2017 is the world’s premier conference for digital transformation, where business executives, chief architects, and developers can learn, network, and share ideas about driving real change in their organizations. Connect 2017 is one of the few places in the world where the boundaries of what’s possible in enterprise technology are pushed to their limit.

Training Talks: How to Format Numbers in DataWeave

March 21 2017

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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.

Big Day, Little Day, Next Day

March 17 2017

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Today is a big day for us. We’re having our IPO today. Going public means that we have grown MuleSoft to a scale and level of performance that few companies achieve. It means that we will be playing on an even bigger stage, and we’re ready.

Connectivity is the Cornerstone of the Digital Revolution

March 17 2017

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It had just turned 2 a.m. on April 18th, 2003. I was getting ready to release my first open source project, and I was about to pull the trigger on a name. I settled on MULE as I was trying to solve the hard, unrelenting work of connecting applications and data—MULE was going to take the “donkey work” out of integration. What I didn’t know was that I was choosing the stock ticker symbol for a company that would go on to solve much bigger problems for companies globally. It’s pretty cool to reflect on that now, and it has been an amazing experience getting here.

Why Messaging Queues Suck

March 16 2017

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The word around the water cooler is that  a queue has yet to be created that I don’t like. Whether it’s RabbitMQ, AWS SNS/SQS, or Google Cloud Pub-Sub,  regardless of the implementation, I love queues to death, gobble, gobble…I’ll eat ‘em up. I mean, what’s not to like?

The Eight Retail Trends You Need to Know From Retail Week Live

March 14 2017

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“Retail matters”; that was the declaration last week by the Editor-In-Chief of RetailWeek at the start of their 2017 flagship conference in London. It might be biased for the leading-UK retail conference to declare their industry is important, but after two days of keynotes, breakout sessions and rubbing shoulders with the industry’s most influential figures it’s clear to see that, yes, retail does matter and that the trends mentioned actually transcend the retail industry; they’re applicable to everyone.