Open platforms in action right in the heart of Austin

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We recently collaborated with Visa on a video about APIs. Knowing how important APIs are to the modern business, we asked Susan French, global head of the Visa Developer Program, to share some examples of interesting applications and ideas with Visa’s open APIs she observed at the launch of the Visa Everywhere Initiative in Austin.

“When the first electric grid fired up,

Top 5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Dreamforce

September 14 2015

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There isn’t a shortage of things to do during Dreamforce and let’s face it, it’s easy to get to distracted! One common characteristic of Muleys (MuleSoft developers, customers, employees and partners) is that we keep our eye on the prize – How do we drive disruption? How do we go faster? Whether you’re attending Dreamforce to refine your digital strategy or knocking out Salesforce certifications – see below. Here are the top 5 Dreamforce tips to make sure you see the latest and greatest around MuleSoft and Salesforce,

Developer Spotlight: Chocolabs

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To app your life, CHOCOLABS takes an API-first approach

CHOCOLABS is one of the largest app publishers in Taiwan with over 50 iOS/Android entertainment focused apps under their belt. We recently spoke with Jerry Weng, one of their co-founders, to talk about building a team, finding a niche, and driving business growth with the right development tools.
Q – Indy | A – Jerry

Q: Who is CHOCOLABS?

Rise and Fall of the Black Box Developer

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Let me start by stating that this is not a rant, it’s a look at my personal experience with interviewing candidates for technical Java positions. I guess that I first started to think about the following concepts when I read James Donelan’s post “Can Programmers Program?“. In that post he elaborates on some statistics from coding tests perform by developers applying for jobs. Those results indicated that many experienced developers were not able to solve simple problems.

Platform Wars and the Battle for the Developer Heart

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On the heels of Dreamforce, one thing is clear, there’s never been a better time to be an enterprise developer. The sheer number of technologies on display, not only by Salesforce but also by the sponsors—developer tooling companies, API providers, independent software vendors (ISVs), systems integrator partners and other complementors—make it abundantly clear that we’ve reached a critical mass of players competing for the hearts of the enterprise developer.

Develop with MuleSoft

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More and more organizations are relying on MuleSoft solutions for SOA, SaaS and API for their integration needs. And as MuleSoft grows, we’re relying on our growing number of partners and community of developers who know MuleSoft’s solutions inside and out.

This translates into one word: opportunity. As more businesses and partners jump to MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform™, they’re looking for skilled MuleSoft developers and consultant:, professionals who can help organizations best leverage the power of MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform.

Meet a Muley – James Donelan, VP Engineering

November 14 2013

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In case you missed last week’s Meet a Muley post (featuring Eva, our Senior Java Developer) we’ve started a new weekly series! Every Friday we’ll introduce you to a new member of the MuleSoft team to give you some insight into what we’re all about.

This week we’ll be chatting with James Donelan, our VP of Engineering. When we chose James for this post, we immediately agreed that there needed to be some sort of voice recording for you all to truly understand why everyone loves to listen to James.

Meet a Muley – Evangelina Martinez, Senior Java Developer

November 1 2013

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Here at MuleSoft, we’ve had a lot of exciting things going on lately. With our new lean startup mountain climbing principles, MuleSoft summits wrapping up and the launch of RAML tooling, we’ve been pretty busy; not to mention we’ve been hiring talent like crazy!

We thought it might be a good idea to give our community an idea of what goes on internally – what we’re up to,

Quick tips for developers new to Mac

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Hi and welcome to Mac, fellow developer

In this post, I will go over some tips I’ve been collecting which can make your life as a developer just a little bit easier if you come from other operating systems. Of course the list can grow, but here is my list. This article is based on MacOS X 10.8.2 (Mountain Lion), but should be helpful for other versions as well.

Using your Mac –

Debugging your Tomcat Webapp with Eclipse

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Most of our customers are using Tcat to build APIs. Anypoint Platform combines Tcat’s ease of use with built-in management and support. Whatever you’re building and deploying on Tcat, Anypoint Platform gives you agility, reusability, and transparency. Give Anypoint Platform a try for 30 days and see what you think.

Last update: June 20th, 2017

For those of you who develop in Eclipse,