The scope of our 5th MuleSoft Meetup will be a practical view on differences in services implementation between Mule 3 and Mule 4. You are going to see those on simple Mule code examples - you will see what components have been removed, and which ones to use instead; or how to configure the ones you are familiar with from the previous Mule version.
Krzysztof (the Speaker) goal is to share practical knowledge, which his team collected during one of the BlueSoft migration projects. The talk can be specifically interesting for those of you who implemented services in Mule 3, and are going to move these to Mule 4. Of course, all are welcome.
All we require is your presence at the Meetup, good mood and active participation during the discussions.
One more time you won't get hungry. Snacks, warm food, and beverages will be served.
Remember the entry is free of charge. By default the presentation will be held in polish, however, in case of any non-polish attendees, we will switch smoothly in english. Slides are always in English.
At the end of the Meetup, we will have a simple Quiz. Three champions will receive a cool prize sponsored by the MuleSoft. That is a voucher for selected online training and exam (not the certificate).
Have you sent the RSVP? No? Do it now, the number of seats is limited.
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