Newsletter #3 - The calm before the storm
This was a busy week! Exciting things are coming this month.
Last week (Sep 6 - 12) there were a ton of events! Keep posted for my next newsletter, there'll be an exciting announcement for all Muleys! 👀
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I'm not necessarily a speaker in all of these, but I am related to the following events somehow. I could be either an attendee, a co-organizer, a moderator, or just someone cool who wanted to promote them 😜
LTX Quest 2021 by LTX CONNECT
Mujeres en Tech: Reduciendo las Brechas by Sara Hernandez, Carolina Alvarez, and Alejandra Ramirez
Deep Dive into Salesforce API's by Sarah Khalid
Upcoming this month
Because I don't really have a newsletter for ProstDev, I'm gonna list some of those articles here as well. Not all of these are created by me. I may just be reviewing some of them 👀
Updated last week
Series: MuleSoft Swag by Alexandra Martinez
Published last week
Upcoming this month
How to create a README file for your GitHub profile, part 1: Intro to Git, GitHub, and README files
MuleSoft Runtime Fabric Deployed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) - Part 2: Management & Operations
How to create a README file for your GitHub profile, part 2: Markdown basics
More exciting updates!
Started volunteering at the WILL program from Olascoaga! I was part of this mentorship program some months ago and I really enjoyed it. Wellp, I'm happy to announce that I'll be a mentor again! I love passing down my experience and knowledge to STEM students and influence in the next generation of women in STEM careers 💜
I'll leave you with my Twitter feed so you can see some of the updates IRL 😁
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I hope to see you next week!