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MuleSoft Overview

San Francisco, CA
501 to 1000 employees
2006
Company - Public (MULE)
Information Technology
$100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Our mission is to help organizations change and innovate faster by making it easy to connect the world’s applications, data, and devices. MuleSoft's Anypoint Platform is at the heart of the applications and services you use every day, like Spotify and ... Read more

Mission: Our mission is to help organizations change and innovate faster by making it easy to connect the world's applications, data, and devices.


Glassdoor Awards

Best Places to Work: 2015 (#21)

Company Updates

  • Check out how we took traditional learning and development programs and turned them on their head—as told by our head of learning and development! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQYwz

    Why We Built a Company-Wide Event That Encourages Discomfort

    Learning and development programs are currently seeing increased prioritization at organizations across industries. In the digital age, fast and flexible innovation depends on the quality, quantity and accessibility of information. With this growing need for accumulated knowledge, companies and employees are placing a special emphasis on workplace education.

  • We sent 9 Muleys to the Grace Hopper Conference - the world’s largest gathering of women technologists, with over 16,000 attendees. Check out their favorite parts of the event and what left them inspired! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQRE6

    Our Biggest Takeaways After 3 Days at the Grace Hopper Conference

    From left: Carly Donovan, Willow Solem, Shweta Inamdar, Eva Martinez, Shelby Wingo, Betsy Thomas, Ana Felisatti, Clare Letourneau, from MuleSoft. This month, we sent 9 Muleys from San Francisco and Buenos Aires to the annual Grace Hopper Celebration Conference (GHC) in Orlando, Florida. GHC is the world's largest gathering of women technologists, with over 16,000 [...]

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MuleSoft – Why Work For Us?


Muleys are inspiring, passionate people who never settle. We're driven to challenge the status quo and genuinely enjoy working together. 

 Annual Meetup

Every year, all Muleys across the globe come together for a week of fun team-building activities, learning and aligning on goals for the upcoming year, and letting loose. One of the most exciting parts of Meetup is the Owners Awards, in which we recognize and reward outstanding employees.

   

   

The opportunity

We’re helping our customers create connections in new and profound ways. From how Spotify innovates with microservices, to how UCSF interacts with patients, MuleSoft is embedded in the experiences you have every day.

     

The technology

Every day brings new and exciting technology challenges to solve. We use our own product across the organization and learn whatever technology and tools necessary to get the job done.

     

The culture

From your first interview onward, we focus on performance, not perfection. We’re proud to have signed the Equal Pay Pledge and hire smart people with diverse backgrounds. “Good human” isn’t a throw-away criteria, it’s a core value.

At MuleSoft, you'll work on a globally scalable platform that touches billions of lives through our customers like Coca-Cola, Tesla, and Spotify. We have a collaborative culture, work on small, agile teams, and you'd be pushing code to production within your first week at MuleSoft. Take a look inside what your first 6 months will be like on the team.

Solve major technology problems

The push toward APIs, mobility, SaaS, and microservices results in greater complexity and a growing number of solutions to integrate and manage it all. We bring order to the chaos of a modern IT environment with our hybrid cloud integration platform.

Work on a collaborative team

  • Test-driven development
  • Agile processes with small scrum teams that own critical components of the platform
  • Hackathons and demo culture (we’ve even used MuleSoft to turn a Commodore 64 into an IoT device)
  • Opportunity for growth and moving to different teams

Live at the bleeding edge of technology

  • Use Kubernetes and Docker in production
  • Use cutting edge JavaScript frameworks like React and Node.js
  • Build word-class CI/CD and test automation
  • Apply machine learning for developer efficiency, business insights, and security
  • And more


MuleSoft Reviews

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    "Own and drive product in high growth environment"

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    Current Employee - Director of Product Management in San Francisco, CA
    Current Employee - Director of Product Management in San Francisco, CA
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    I have been working at MuleSoft full-time (More than 8 years)

    Pros

    I've been at MuleSoft for quite a while and have spent ~5 years in product management roles here. I've witnessed multiple iterations of the company from the initial "this seems cool" phase, through a few pivots, to the last few years, where we've really found product/market fit and high growth. I will try to provide some perspective here on life from a product management perspective for prospective newcomers.

    One of the best things at MuleSoft is the team. There is a maniacal focus on hiring, culture and people from our CEO. I believe this has a major impact in getting the company where it is today. We have a top notch executive and management team. So, even though we went through some product iterations early on that failed, we had the right people, pivoted, and ended up in a great spot. The team has continued to improve as well, with our new CPO joining last year in February. As we scaled, we found that we needed to bring engineering, product management, UX, and documentation more closely together and under one umbrella. This is an extremely challenging role given the technical nature of our products. But, I believe it's been extremely successful in terms of really upping the bar on strategy, process, experience, culture and hiring.

    Within the product management team specifically, the team itself is really solid. Everyone is great to work with, smart, and hard working. I would work with every one of them again (I don't say this lightly).

    In addition to the people, the company has a very strong vision and wants to tackle a lot of large problems. This is great from a product management perspective:
    - You're encouraged to think big, and tackle big problems.
    - You can drive products with global reach into the 1000+ customer base
    - Opportunity to create greenfield products and major revisions to existing ones
    - Great customers and great sales team
    - Work with new and interesting technology
    - Fast career growth with expanding product portfolio

    You're really CEO of the product (but, don't expect this to be easy).

    Cons

    The good news is that you're CEO of the product. The bad news is: you're CEO of the product. If you are not a good multi-tasker who can simultaneously handle interrupts, demanding customers, design products, hiring, putting processes in place, etc., then MuleSoft is not the place for you. Expect to build a market defining product and all that it entails. You have to like not only the vision/strategy, but building the company, doing project management, helping with marketing materials, etc. I hope this gets easier as the company grows, but under such high growth, it's part and parcel of the job.

    Hiring can sometimes be slow. This is partly because there is a lot going on, but partly because we need to improve our process. (There is significant work happening here)

    Company needs to become more data driven.

    Advice to Management

    Continue to invest in resources, infrastructure, management, etc so things can scale more easily

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MuleSoft Interviews

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  1. Featured Interview

     

    Customer Success Engineer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Atlanta, GA
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    Difficult Interview

    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at MuleSoft (Atlanta, GA) in May 2017.

    Interview

    I was contacted by the Recruiter via LinkedIn, and an initial phone screening was scheduled. After I spoke to the Recruiter, a phone interview with the Director of Customer Success was scheduled. The call went well and I was invited to a recruiter dinner event. The event was a great experience, which allowed me to learn more about the company and meet many key members of the company. I was then scheduled for two additional phone interviews with different Solutions Architects. After the second phone interview with a Solutions Architect, the communication slowed down. I was then contacted with the news that the company was going to adjust the job description to look for someone more along the lines of a Software Engineer. This was not part of the original job description. This was really disappointing, because at this point I was really excited about the position. Then a few weeks later, the Recruiter contacted me again to tell me they had once again changed their mind. They decided that they have Software Engineers, and that should not be a requirement for this position. I was invited to once again continue with the interview process, which I accepted. I was asked to create a unique MuleSoft application, using a descriptive document I was provided. It was up to me to use any available resources online to learn the MuleSoft Anypoint Studio and create the application. Once I had the application completed, I was to come in for a face-to-face interview for half of a day. I would meet with two gentleman for coffee in the morning, meet with the VP for a 45 minute one-on-one, and then present my application to three gentleman over a 30 minute period. However, during the period where I was told they were going in a different direction, I began interviewing with other companies. Before I came in for the final round of the interview process, another company made me a very good offer and I decided to go with them. Had that change in job requirements not have happened, I would have likely accepted an offer from MuleSoft. However, due to that, another opportunity came along and I went that route.

    Interview Questions

    • Create a MuleSoft application using Anypoint Studio and present it to a panel of MuleSoft employees   1 Answer
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MuleSoft Awards & Accolades

  • UK Cloud Awards, UK Cloud Awards, 2017
  • Tech and Innovation Award, San Francisco Business Times, 2016
  • Best Places to Work in the Bay Area, San Francisco Business Times, 2016
  • Top 20 of the Forbes Cloud 100, Forbes, 2016
  • Deloitte Technology Fast 500, Deloitte, 2016
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