2017 is off to a great start for MuleSoft’s community: new initiatives are coming up, new meetups groups get formed and many new events are in the plans.
In the next four weeks only, 7 Meetups are planned across the USA and in Europe. We have many organizer applications pending so more groups will pop up in other countries soon – stay tuned!
These events are community-run and supported by our team: we’re always happy to help local organizers make things happen in their cities!
How should developers and employers get the most from each other?
There is growing pressure for IT to deliver on business demands in real time—but there is often a gap between what they need to do and what they can do. So, how can they close the IT delivery gap? For starters, they should make everyone in the company a developer.
This is not to say that all employees should drop their other responsibilities and perform heads-down coding each day.
As MuleSoft continues to define a new category of software, the team behind it encounters new technology challenges on a daily basis. The MuleSoft engineering team works with complex systems, builds products for the cloud and on-premises, and creates APIs that power products that enable developers to create exciting and innovative new experiences, and that’s only the beginning.
Today is National Women in Engineering Day, and we’re excited to celebrate by letting you get to know a few of the women engineers working in our San Francisco and Buenos Aires offices.
MuleSoft CONNECT 2016, the premier digital business conference where CIOs, IT leaders, and developers meet to exchange ideas and insights on driving digital transformation, is back! If you care about harnessing the digital revolution, mastering the API economy, or learning the best way to connect applications, data, and devices, this conference is for you. MuleSoft blog readers have a special discount code entitling them to 10% off (code: mktg-blog-10) so you’ll definitely want to register for CONNECT today.
We are very happy today to unveil today not one, but two major updates across the MuleSoft developer experience: 1.) our brand new documentation platform, and 2.) a totally revamped developer forum.
A brand new doc platform
You can have the greatest technology in the world, but it means nothing if you don’t have fast, intuitive, and eminently searchable documentation by its side. When you couple those two things together,
This past weekend, our developer relations team attended CalHacks, the biggest collegiate hackathon on the West Coast, drawing over 1,800 student hackers from all over the US.
The event, which began on Friday, featured an intense 36 hours of coding and learning, featuring tons of fun for every participating team. Collectively, there were over 200 projects submitted!
Beyond the impressive logistics into making this event possible,
Dreamforce 2014 is less than a week away and San Francisco will once again be a shining beacon for enterprise developers.
We’d love to meet as many of you as possible, so that’s why, in addition to our presence at the Dreamforce Hackathon, as well as our presence on the main Cloud Expo floor, we’re proud to announce our inaugural booth in the Dreamforce DevZone.
Netflix has decided to shut down public API support for third-party developers. An interesting decision, and in my opinion a bad one.
Launched six years ago, the Netflix API provided developers a way to access content from their streaming and DVD catalog. That helped the company grow and gave developers a way to build new experiences around Netflix content (for example Flixster).
Last year the company said it would stop issuing new API keys to developers and last Friday they announced that their API will stop working on November 14th for most developers,
APIs are causing a huge technology disruption. Developers armed with APIs are changing the enterprise IT landscape. The tech world is being turned upside down as developer API access is changing banking platforms, airline systems, e-commerce platforms and much more.
James Donelan, VP Engineering, discusses the impact of APIs on product development, competition, and how we approach software engineering in his article,