Presented by Clint Shryock (http://ctshryock.com/) of Heroku.
Heroku (https://www.heroku.com) is a platform explicitly designed for development and deployment of applications, running your apps in the clouds with ease and a lot of purple. Run anything using existing Java frameworks or JVM languages like Scala and Clojure. Deploy with Tomcat, Jetty, or Netty. Build with popular frameworks like Spring, Grails, Play!, and Tapestry. Forget servers and focus on what matters - building your application - not on system administration or server provisioning. Heroku is a service that you can begin using for production apps, right now.
Clint Shryock is a Columbia Missouri native who works remotely as a software engineer for Heroku, Inc. He is a co-organizer for Dev/Como (http://devcomo.com), the monthly software development and design meetup in Columbia. He works in Ruby with Rails, Sinatra, Postgres, and does some CLI tooling when he can. At night he gallivants between Ruby, Elixir, and watching the Blues dominate the ice.
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