MuleSoft Virtual CONNECT 2020 had a great DataWeave breakout session. Other MuleSoft Meetup groups - including this one - have focused on 'advanced' DataWeave topics. But do you really understand DataWeave? What makes it different from other programming languages? How it executes?
Answering those questions and more will be the focus of this Denver (virtual) MuleSoft Meetup. Joshua Erney returns to deliver an introduction to DataWeave we all wish we had before writing our first DataWeave script. He will cover what makes DataWeave different than other programming languages:
* its execution mode
* its interplay between MIME and data types
* general rules for transforming to and from the three (3) core MIME types: JSON, XML, and CSV
He will have numerous examples and demos to reinforce the concepts he will present.
So come join us, virtually, for this important topic. After this presentation, you will understand the core fundamental concepts of DataWeave. Then you'll be ready to understand more advanced DataWeave concepts!
As always, there will be trivia questions with giveaways!
***PLEASE NOTE: In order to join this event, you must "Login" to the meetups.mulesoft.com website. You will then be able to join. You canNOT join directly from the URL provided in the Meetup email.***
Software Integration Engineer
Joshua Erney is a software integration engineer living in Denver, CO. He's a MuleSoft Ambassador and has been specializing in MuleSoft products and the software integration niche for the past 4.5 years. He's the owner of Jerney.io, a company focused on providing best-in-class integration services and creating valuable DataWeave content for the MuleSoft community through https://jerney.io.
Joshua Erney is a software integration engineer living in Denver, CO. He's a MuleSoft Ambassador and has been specializing in MuleSoft products and the software integration niche for the past 4.5 years. He's the owner of Jerney.io, a company focused on providing best-in-class integration services and creating valuable DataWeave content for the MuleSoft community through https://jerney.io. In his free time, Joshua enjoys writing, strength training, video games, and real estate investing.
Aaron’s passion for technology and for enriching connectivity between people and between systems drives him to find innovative ways to help advance organizations through technology. Aaron is a Cloud Practice Manager and Architect at Big Compass and has rich experience in a variety of integration environments. Aaron has led various implementations as a developer, architect, and development manager, so he brings the perspective of each role to every project to align people around a common goal. Aaron is also a Denver MuleSoft Meetup organizer where he brings people together from the Denver area to create a community and enhance collaboration. This platform allows him to engage the local community and beyond to spread knowledge and thought leadership while connecting people and ideas.
Brian is an Enterprise Middleware Solution Architect with more than 15 years of experience developing Middleware and Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) based solutions for commercial and public sector customers. Indeed, rumor has it that some of his Middleware code is still in production at a large west coast city. He is currently the MuleSoft Practice Manager at Big Compass. When he’s not trying to solve another transformation puzzle with Dataweave, you can find him on the slopes, participating in 5Ks/10Ks, or on the pitch as a soccer referee.
Cloud Practice Manager
MuleSoft Practice Manager