Last week, we held an unforgettable CONNECT 2018 conference over the course of three days, with more than 100+ speakers, 90+ sessions, and 40+ partners. Attendees heard from the MuleSoft team through a series of keynotes––from Uri Sarid’s, CTO at MuleSoft, demo of AI use cases to Greg Schott’s, CEO at MuleSoft, and Marc Benioff’s, CEO at Salesforce, fireside chat!
April was exceptional! 14 MuleSoft Developer Meetups were held across the US, Australia, and Panama in just 4 weeks. Four of them were scheduled on April 19th alone! Mule 4 and DataWeave have been popular topics. Be sure to check the Meetup pages to see presentations and pictures.
A recent study from Johns Hopkins University examined the top causes of death in the U.S. What did researchers determine is the No. 3 cause of death in the U.S.? Is it cancer, heart disease? No — it is medical errors.
It is estimated that over 250,000 Americans die each year due to medical errors––from surgical mix-ups and paperwork errors to inaccurate doses and sudden infections.
MuleSoft Developer Meetups across the world had a very busy February! In fact, we had 2 Meetups per week, and four groups – Tampa, Cape Town, Charlotte, and the Online group – held their very first events. The Online group, which provides a virtual Meetup to anyone across the world, was particularly successful!
So what were Meetup leaders up to in the past few weeks? Read below to find out the top highlights from our 9 developer Meetups in February as well as insights into upcoming Meetups this month.
Whether you are just learning about APIs, a new MuleSoft user, or a seasoned veteran in building integrations, MuleSoft Meetup groups provide an ideal opportunity to learn, share knowledge, and network. As fall arrives and community members return from their summer vacations (or winter vacations, depending on which hemisphere they are on!), MuleSoft Meetup groups continue to grow. We now have 59 chapters around the world, with thousands of developers gathering monthly!
We are back at Dreamforce ‘17 for yet another great year. This year’s exciting agenda will cover APIs and microservices––from using MuleSoft to maximize ROI from force.com to learning how to create, deploy, and manage Microservices. Attend our sessions to learn more about these topics, drop by booth 441 to talk to MuleSoft experts about connectivity, and participate in fantastic giveaways!
From left: Carly Donovan, Willow Solem, Shweta Inamdar, Eva Martinez, Shelby Wingo, Betsy Thomas, Ana Felisatti, Clare Letourneau, from MuleSoft.
This month, we sent 9 Muleys from San Francisco and Buenos Aires to the annual Grace Hopper Celebration Conference (GHC) in Orlando, Florida. GHC is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists, with over 16,000 attendees––including students, engineers, and educators from all over the world.
At MuleSoft, we are dedicated to not only creating a great workplace, but also putting our culture of innovation into practice to help our employees and customers succeed. Today, thanks to our work with partners and customers, we are happy to announce that we have been awarded a top 25 most innovative company by the Australian Financial Review (AFR) and awarded the top company for process innovation for our work with NSW Pathology and iSelect.