Practical realization of Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment will be the scope of our 6th MuleSoft Meetup. We are going to present practical realizations of CI/CD toolset - not only from a technical point view but also process-wise. Łukasz Szpak is going to share his experience, which he got after the implementation of CI/CD pipelines in big organizations. We will focus on lessons learned, possible pitfalls and how to overcome them.
This speech could be interesting not only for DevOps engineers but for anybody who delivers, governs or works as an architect using MuleSoft technology. Of course, all are welcome. All we require is your presence at the Meetup, good mood and active participation during the discussions.
The meetup will take place in PwC Poland on Polna 11 street. On the ground floor, you need to go to the reception and get a guest pass. After that go to the 9th floor. Near the reception, you will find stairs and then you can go downstairs. The meeting will be in room 1+2. You should see sighs with the "MuleSoft Meetup" sign.
In case of any problems with entering the building please let me know immediately and I will try to help.
I know that it will be late so we will provide food and beverages, so you won't get hungry :).
Some new MuleSoft swag will be on the table! Remember that first come first take rule applies.
All of you will have a chance to win a cool price by participating in our trivia quiz. For the three lucky persons, the vouchers for free online training and exam are waiting.
Remember that the entry is free of charge. We have limited space available so don't forget to book your seat ... just send RSVP.
See you soon!
Over 15 years of experience as a software engineer working mainly for the telecommunication industry. In 2017, MuleSoft came my way and now I'm working as a DevOps engineer who helps big companies to introduce Anypoint Platform on a wide scale. My main focus is to develop and deploy CI / CD toolset together with processes and documentation.
Over 15 years of experience as a software engineer working mainly for the telecommunication industry.
When a call is established, SMS arrives or handover is successful. This is the best part of being a telecommunication engineer - to make such things happen.
And make them happen with more than 99.99% of certainty. That was a major part of my career for more than 12 years.
In 2017 I decided that this is the time to try another technology that allows integrating not only telecommunication dedicated systems.
So ... MuleSoft came my way and now I'm working as a DevOps engineer who helps big companies to introduce Anypoint Platform on a wide scale.
My main focus is to develop and deploy Continuous Integration / Continuous Deployment toolset together with processes and documentation.
As a side activity, I also take part in integration projects as an integration developer.
I'm a highly performing team member, socially open team leader who drives others to work with enthusiasm and fun.
Integration SME, Senior Integration Developer
My journey began 7 years ago. I was supposed to choose an integration platform for our project, and this is how I “met” Mule ESB. Although the barriers to entry are low with MuleSoft, it was not an easy task to become a certified Integration Professional. I’ve learned by myself a lot, mainly using the official documentation. The MuleSoft community played an important role as well. Without the awesome blogs that other MuleSoft developers share on a regular basis, it would have been much harder. I’ve also earned a lot of experience working on many integration projects, and after a few years, I was able to pass my first certifications. The Integration Professional certification clearly relied on my many years of working on MuleSoft daily. This certification gave me both the confirmation of my skills and more self-confidence.
Senior Integration Developer