For our "grand re-opening," we are joined by Joshua Erney. Joshua is a MuleSoft Ambassador and has been specializing in MuleSoft products and the software integration niche for the past 4.5 years. During the meetup, Joshua will walk us through 5 steps to execute effective unit testing in MuleSoft.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed looking at a blank MUnit test? Developing the Mule flows seemed simple in comparison because all of the requirements were laid out for you. Now you're left with the task of deciding what unit tests to create, with the only requirement being a certain percentage of test coverage. Before you reach for the MUnit test recorder, we'll walk through how to create valuable, effective unit tests that you'll thank yourself for in the future.
There will be trivia with the chance to win some SWAG and MuleSoft vouchers.
Code Talent offers parking through the alley between Walnut and Blake, with more spaces on Blake and 34th Street.
We are very excited to reconnect and meet new Denver Muleys IN PERSON. This meetup will be recorded and posted to the Big Compass YouTube page. If you have any questions, please reach out to the Denver MuleSoft Meetup organizers:
***PLEASE NOTE: The Denver MuleSoft Meetup and Code Talent are following Denver County Covid-19 Policy. In an effort to reduce the risk of Covid-19 exposure and to help prevent the spread of the virus, please do not attend if you are sick or have had any recent exposure to the virus. If you are vaccinated, masks are optional but recommended.
AWS Community Builders will be able to explore the Big Compass Serverless Logging Framework in depth with Big Compass and learn how it can be implemented to enhance visibility in a distributed serverless system and allow developers to focus on business logic rather than the complexities of logging.
In this event hosted by Big Compass, we will explore techniques of logging from the typical iPaas or always-on managed system like a custom application on an EC2, and we will balance that with a discussion on logging from AWS serverless microservices such as AWS Lambda also. We'll walk through a real system we have created and discuss how the Big Compass Serverless Logging Framework can be used with AWS serverless services to enhance the visibility and supportability of any serverless system.
At the end of the event, we will allow the AWS Community Builders to dive into the code, ask questions, and discuss the Serverless Logging Framework roadmap with Big Compass