MuleSoft Hackathon 2020: Top 3 runner-ups

As mentioned in our MuleSoft Hackathon 2020 champions announcement, we are going to feature 10 runner-up submissions in a set of three blogs. These projects are highly innovative and include complex usage of MuleSoft. In this blog, we will cover the 4th, 5th, and 6th, place Hackathon submissions!

Panel discussion: Building a career in APIs and integration

January 13 2021

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During a virtual Sydney MuleSoft Meetup, I led a panel discussion with members of the MuleSoft Community including customers, partners, and Muleys from different parts of the world. During this discussion, the participants shared how they built their careers in APIs, integration best practices, and talked about all things MuleSoft. 

To begin, I asked each panelist to describe their current role, mention a few career highlights,

The best of 2020: MuleSoft Community Awards

This past year was a testament to the amazing individuals that make up our MuleSoft Community. From switching from in-person MuleSoft Meetups to virtual experiences seemingly overnight, to continuously creating high-quality technical content, to teaching others remotely — the MuleSoft Community overcame obstacles with resilience. 

We want to take a moment to reflect and recognize some of the best of the best in our Community who helped our entire MuleSoft ecosystem thrive in 2020.

+14 virtual MuleSoft Meetups in January

Start 2021 off strong by attending an upcoming virtual MuleSoft Meetup! Our local and global groups are ready for another amazing year of innovative and educational events to help the MuleSoft Community connect, learn, and share their expertise. Popular topics this month include a special Meetup featuring presentations by HERE technologies, Anypoint CLI, and mastering integration with Salesforce.

Announcing the MuleSoft Hackathon 2020 winners!

Thank you to everyone who participated in the first-ever MuleSoft Hackathon! It was fantastic seeing all of your projects and the creativity you brought to our Community using MuleSoft. After careful deliberation and reviews by internal and external judges, we are happy to announce our top three winners, as well as 10 runner-ups.

How to use Maven Archetypes to create MuleSoft API project templates

Mary Joy Sabal, Integration Technical Lead at Datacom is a multi-MuleSoft Certified Developer and Architect. She frequently speaks at Meetups and is the Wellington Meetup group leader. Joy shared how to use Maven Archetypes to create MuleSoft API project templates at MuleSoft CONNECT:Now JAPAC. 

MuleSoft API Project Templates are great tools for integration projects. Throughout this blog, I will provide tips for using Maven Archetypes to simplify the creation of these templates as well as discuss the various benefits of doing so.

How to use Object Store v2 to create a virtual Tic-Tac-Toe game

Sravan Lingam is a MuleSoft Ambassador and Sr. MuleSoft Developer at Virtusa. He spoke at the Developer Meetup during MuleSoft CONNECT:Now JAPAC. Below, he will discuss Object Store v2 and discuss how he built a Tic-Tac-Toe game using MuleSoft.

As a MuleSoft developer and Ambassador, I often try to expand my skillset and help others learn through what I call “fun-learning.” For example, to explain how to use Object Store v2 and demonstrate its capabilities,

+15 virtual MuleSoft Meetups in December

Whether you’re expecting some free time during the holidays or are looking to start your New Year’s resolution early by improving your MuleSoft skills, it’s the perfect time to attend one of our local or global virtual Meetups. We have events in 14 different cities in December featuring technical talks on Runtime Fabric, MUnit Test Recorder, and a special Meetup focused on introducing MuleSoft to Java professionals.

How to manage Runtime Fabric in a hybrid deployment model

November 24 2020

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Demir Akarsu is a Software Engineering Specialist at BP who helped BP adopt and continue to successfully manage Runtime Fabric. He is a MuleSoft Certified Developer and recently shared BP’s Runtime Fabric story at the Developer Meetup during the EMEA Summit-Germany. 

How to be an Anypoint Studio “ninja”

Felipe Ocadiz is a MuleSoft Ambassador and IT Integration Engineer at Twitter. He holds all MuleSoft Training Certifications and is a mentor to many developers and architects in the MuleSoft Community. Recently he shared Anypoint Studio best practices at the Developer Meetup at MuleSoft CONNECT:Now EMEA.