Speaker details
Silicon Valley Code Camp 2009

Ken Yagen

Ken Yagen
Ken is a contributor to the Mule ESB and iBeans open source projects and leads the MuleSoft development team. He is also responsible for the MuleSoft Tcat and Mule ESB enterprise products. MuleSoft is currently hiring (http://www.mulesoft.com/careers).
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Speaking Sessions

  • iBeans = Dead-simple” integration for web app development

    3:30 PM Sunday   Room: 3525
    Why does integration always seem to be the most time consuming and tedious part of Web app development? Mule iBeans provides a dramatically simpler approach to integrating your applications with data sources and services. iBeans allows your webapps, using Java or Javascript, to interact with other webapps and services by providing a simple API and annotations that enable your webapp to perform common tasks. Whether you are building a “full-boat” SOA infrastructure or just need a simple point-to-point solution embedded in your web app, the Mule iBeans open source project can help. Learn how to integrate cloud services like twitter, flickr and google into your Java apps with virtually no code.

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