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How to conquer Mule 3 if you're certified in Mule 4?

By Olga Kepa, MuleSoft Developer on Mar 28, 2022

'We are planning to upgrade to Mule 4 in a few months. Meanwhile, the development is on hold because it is impossible to find any Mule 3 certified resources. Can you help us?' The head of the integration programme was crying for help. Looks like it is a common problem as many organisations still rely heavily on the old Mule 3 version. 

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How to health check APIs using Anypoint Functional Monitoring with Secrets Manager

By Leonardo Cassimiro on Feb 16, 2022

When the connected digital experience has become "a must" rather than "a nice to be", integration solutions are in high demand. APIs are now almost the de factor way for various platforms and systems to communicate and exchange information. So, what happens when a public API fails? In 2014 Gartner estimated it to be about $300,000 per hour!

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A hands-on charity day out at the Spitalfields city farm.

By Belinder Kaur, Marketing Coordinator on Dec 21, 2021

How does your team get into the Christmas spirit? With it being the season of giving back, what better way than spending a day helping a local charity! So, when an invitation from MuleSoft came in we didn’t hesitate—helping an urban farm for a day? We are in!

Topics: Our people
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Remote working: meeting etiquette

By Giulia Fabiano, Project Manager on Dec 14, 2021

It's been almost two years since our ways of working have changed completely. Although the offices are opening their doors again, online meetings are part of our working life, and they are here to stay.

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Exploratory Testing in Agile Developments.

By Nasima Alam, Test Analyst on Nov 30, 2021

As a Test Analyst at Infomentum, I generally follow a formal structured test process, one that is promoted by certification bodies such as ISTQB. It ensures that we adhere to the best practices and verify that the software under test meets our requirements. But is it always enough? In my experience, no. On occasion, a more experimental method of testing is a more suitable approach for that given project. Great news, it also fits nicely with an agile development cycle!

Topics: Tech testing
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My journey to MuleSoft Developer Certification.

By Sikander Sehrawat, Associate on Oct 1, 2021

We caught up with Sikander Sehrawat, who joined our Development team as an intern and quickly progressed into a full-time Associate position. He talks about what it was like to start his first working experience during a pandemic and his journey to a certified MuleSoft Developer.

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How to use Bitbucket pipelines to deploy to WPEngine

By Diego Maeoka, Senior UI Consultant on Sep 8, 2021

We developers love to use and create automated processes! If something is repetitive, we have an urge to write a bash script, a gulp/grunt task, etc. It is in our nature! If we can automate, we will automate.

Topics: DevOps Tech
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MuleSoft for Java Developers

By Guilherme Pereira, Senior Integration Consultant on Jul 20, 2021

Exciting news to share! We are launching a new MuleSoft Online Group dedicated to introducing Java Developers to the MuleSoft world. 

Topics: MuleSoft Tech
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My secrets of writing great User Stories

By Giulia Fabiano, Project Manager on May 10, 2021

What is your favourite part of an IT project?

Mine has always been writing user stories. It is when all the ideas take shape and begin their journey to a shiny new product. I know that not everybody feels the same way. I understand why, especially when it comes to writing User Stories for back-end systems, for example, APIs, as these can be particularly challenging.

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Partnering up to March with the Mules

By Dan Shepherd, COO on Apr 9, 2021

One of the things I love about MuleSoft (aside from the cool tech) is how they engage their partner network. From the big Systems Integrators and the more boutique players like Infomentum, everyone gets involved! In March, there was no time for opposition (although still a fair bit of competition) as the Partner network came together to raise money for charities aiming to end Child Poverty.

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