New Ways to Connect with 3 New Connectors – XBRL, Atlassian Stash, and Atlassian JIRA REST

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We are thrilled to introduce 3 new MuleSoft Certified Connectors developed by our partners through our connector certification program. These connectors have been thoroughly reviewed and certified by MuleSoft for their use case and compatibility with MuleSoft’s products. More connectors will come in a month or two. If you are interested in purchasing the connector or have questions, please contact the partners directly.

 

XBRL Connector by GLOMIDCO

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GLOMIDCO’s XBRL Connector tackles recognizable problems that many companies face when it comes to financial reporting,

Mule Hackathon Cup 2012 v1.0

January 11 2012

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Here at MuleSoft, every few months we take a couple days off and hold a company Hackathon. Usually these are individual efforts to build something unique and interesting using the technology and products that we create at MuleSoft.

To kick off the new year, we decided to sponsor a team event and see if we could get some creative new ideas that might be more then a single person could implement in a day.

Cloud Connector of the Week: Jira

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This section of our blog is about showcasing current and upcoming cloud connectors. Cloud Connectors are Mule modules that allow easy connectivity to cloud APIs such as Twiiter, Facebook, and the thousands of Software as a Service platform out there on the net.

This week we are presenting a new Cloud Connector for Attlasian Jira,

Kanban from the trenches; Lessons learned (Part 2)

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On my previous post about Kanban, I presented the challenges we had in our Engineering team. They were:
1. Uncontrolled growth of Work In Progress.
2. Not Enough visibility.
3. Reduced quality.
4. Inability to properly estimate all tasks upfront.
5. Planned features and improvements are hard to manage and implement.

During the implementation of Kanban we focused on solving those problems.

JIRA: not just for Mule developers

January 6 2011

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Here at Mulesoft, we use Jira for a lot of different things: tracking hiring, IT tasks, reporting product bugs, planning releases, etc.

We recently upgraded our Jira instances to the latest 4.2 version.  One of my favorite new features is the ability to create your own search query in a SQL-like syntax.  This allows you to customize your searches in all new ways.  For example,