will take place in San Francisco, CA on April 1-2 2008. MuleSource brings together Mule experts, developers and end-users from all over the world to share their experiences with the open-source project and associated technologies.
MuleCon invites system architects, developers, IT managers, and end-users to submit proposals for a talks about Mule or SOA implementation best practices
. Presenters are encouraged to share their use-cases and success stories with industry peers.
Speakers interested in presenting at the conference should lean toward technical presentations that highlight some unique aspect of their Mule implementation. Some recommendations include:
* Mule use-cases
* Technical best practices
* Interesting implementations
* Architectural discussions addressing mixed infrastructure and programming languages
* Enterprise application mashups that use Mule and other open-source technologies
Session presenters will receive one complimentary pass to MuleCon 2008. The agenda
outlines the two days of the conference and an optional training day on April 3.
MuleCon 2007 attracted over 150 registrants from across the US, Europe and Japan, and from a broad range of industries including retail, media, education, government, and financial services.