Heroku: Guided Tour and Q & A
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Born in Denmark, Morten has decade of experience in software consulting. After a few years in sunny California, he traded in his code editor for the (sometimes daunting) task of managing the team of coding ninjas at Bitscribe where he is a principal. He focuses on making both developers and enterprises reap the full benefits of agile development, and recently joined forces with Heroku to help rock the world of Rails development and deployment.
James Lindenbaum is a hacker and entrepreneur with a background in agile development and enterprise software consulting. He was a principal at Bitscribe, is one of the founders of Heroku, and is technical advisor to several startups. His OCD perfectionism got him hooked on the beauty of Ruby back in 2005, and he’s been an addict ever since.
Ryan Tomayko has been writing about web architecture since 2003 and
contributed to Rails core as early as 2005. He created Rack::Cache, is
one of the core Sinatra hackers, and is a member of the Rack core
team. Ryan works at GitHub loves UNIX.
Adam Wiggins is an entrepreneur, open source enthusiast, and programming bad-ass from San Francisco. He is a cofounder of Heroku and author of open source projects such as RestClient, rush, and Scanty. In 2008 he spoke at events such as Railsconf and Rubyconf, and he blogs at adam.blog.heroku.com.