What if developers could create applications without worrying about the complexities of cloud-native computing? What if there was a way to offload responsibilities from enterprises to manage security, scalability, availability, and performance? Sanjiva’s new blog answers these questions and also shares insight into why WSO2 is becoming a cloud-first company. Read it here ➜
This newest funding will be used to accelerate WSO2’s worldwide business expansion; grow the company’s global partner and support network; and roll out our next-generation, cloud-native solutions. Check out our CEO’s blog and press release for full details.
We’ve added some major enhancements to the Choreo platform that not only improve the user experience but also make it ready for production-grade enterprise usage. Find out more about all the new features here.
We’re encouraged by the traction Asgardeo's Early Adopter release is receiving. As an internal project, we’re migrating Choreo, Ballerina Central, and all WSO2 login experiences over to Asgardeo. If you haven't already, try Asgardeo for free, follow us on Twitter, or join the IAM4Devs community.
Ballerina, our ground-breaking programming language, just released its generally available version. The Swan Lake release adds a new set of substantial language features and platform tools to produce programs that handle network interactions, data, and concurrency. Learn more here.
We encourage you to start with Fundamentals, and then work on the Advanced course. Once you have completed these courses, try out the Practitioner exam, get some more experience with the products, and work towards obtaining your Developer certification.