What to expect when you’re expecting: application network edition

I joined the MuleSoft Customer Success (CS) team in mid-2019 which was the beginning of a new adventure for me in many ways. I was out of my comfort zone — both in terms of my new role and the technology platform. Throughout my career as an integration consultant, I focused on how to get the data from source to target using drag-and-drop desktop tools. It did not take me long to realize that, at MuleSoft,

Training and certification at MuleSoft Summits

We are excited to announce that MuleSoft Summits are returning to Europe and Asia-Pacific (APAC) across different cities. We will be starting in Europe, with Stockholm, traveling through Amsterdam, and wrapping up in London.  

Introducing the new MuleSoft Certified Developer certification

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MuleSoft is releasing the MCD – Integration & API Associate exam as a new 60-question, proctored exam. The proctored exam will become available for registration on March 12.  

Webinar: Preparing for MuleSoft certifications

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In today’s technology-driven world, an enterprise is only as effective as its IT organization. In order to keep up with the latest technology trends – from mobile to IoT – and fulfill consumer demands, IT managers need to maximize their team’s ability to improve service delivery and performance.

How to Reuse DataWeave Code


MuleSoft’s DataWeave, which is now the main expression language in Mule 4 beta, is a powerful technology that can efficiently transform complex structured data between popular data formats, including JSON, XML, CSV, and Java objects. I’m a courseware developer and trainer at MuleSoft, and I’ve been spending a lot of time learning about DataWeave recently.

Update, April 2018

I previously posted the below blog on how to reuse DataWeave code in a Mule flow using the readUrl() function.

APIs 101: the ultimate crash course

APIs are incredibly important to today’s business – you can’t think about digitally transforming your business without having a handle on your API strategy. But how do you begin developing your API strategy? How can you deploy APIs to best effect in your business? How do you decide which APIs to use or whether you should design your own? And once they’re designed and built,

Questions about MuleSoft? Check out our HowTo series!

This series of HowTo blog posts are simple use-case based tutorials to help you as you do your evaluations with the Anypoint Platform. Based on a theme each series consists of up to three tutorials.

We created the series by collecting common use-cases encountered by our field teams and feedback from our massive customer and partner base. 

We will be launching the first series this month followed by a new series each quarter.

Want MuleSoft training? Enroll in MuleSoft.U!


Introducing MuleSoft.U


Ever wanted to get certified on our Anypoint Platform, but discovered that you didn’t have the training?

We’d like to introduce MuleSoft.U: self-study, public, FREE certification courses that will enable developers to learn core MuleSoft skills. At a significant cost per seat for a public class, instructor-led training is unattainable for most independent developers. With MuleSoft.U, independent developers can get up and running in no time.

Meet a Muley – Frances Sink, Curriculum Developer


Happy Friday Everyone!

For this week’s Meet a Muley post, we headed over the Training team to chat with France Sink! Frances is our Curriculum Developer for all things API, working to make the lives of our customers easier.

First thought that came to mind when you looked into the mirror today?

  • I’ll just…go for a run AFTER work. (Not happening –

Horse Training in China in the Year of the Mule


No, that was not a typo…

Implementation services team members are truly the workhorses and warhorses of enterprise software companies. From the business analysts to the field engineers, their efforts contribute critically to whether or not customers can successfully go live into production. Therefore, it is important the “horses” are well trained for a company to be successful. As for Mule,