The inaugural MuleSoft Meetup in Canberra will feature guest speakers from IP Australia and Agile Digital, in addition to hearing the latest on Mule 4 and Studio 7 from MuleSoft's own tech guru, Krishnan Ramaswamy.
David's early technology successes included developing major event web portals for global sports media projects in England and New Zealand (including the official Rugby World Cup and Louis Vuitton Cup portals). After working as a product architect for an e-commerce platform in Canada (sold to Adobe Systems) David founded software development business Agile Digital in Australia in 2004. He has successfully grown Agile Digital into a multi-disciplinary team with a reputation for expert large-scale software development across both the public and private sectors - including designing and developing the technology behind the most recognised local brand in Australia's capital region, allhomes.com.au (since sold to Fairfax Digital).
Most recently David has co-founded DataPOS, a technology business that is delivering on the future of hospitality. Winning early success as a queue-busting ordering and payments platform, DataPOS' vision is to empower hospitality businesses to deliver their guests personalised service through digital channels that deliver experiences as personal, seamless and convenient as dining with the owner.
Panneer is a Mulesoft Certified Architect and Solution Design Specialist. He is also an IBM certified SOA Solution Designer, a TIBCO Certified Professional, a Certified Senior System Architect for PEGA and an IBM Certified Solution Developer for Websphere Message Broker.