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From Zero to App: Leveraging the Cloud to Build Apps Faster

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Cloud services have emerged as the quickest and easiest way to include lots of groundbreaking new features to apps. From location to social to data-swapping, learn about the exciting things going on in cloud infrastructure that can improve your app.

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Matt Galligan

SimpleGeo

Matt Galligan, 25, is the CEO and Co-Founder of SimpleGeo, based out of Boulder, CO that provides a ready-to-use location infrastructure for app developers. He previously founded Socialthing, a company that was chosen to be part of the inaugural year of TechStars. Socialthing.com went into private beta in March, 2008 at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. The company was acquired five months later by AOL. Socialthing was later rebranded as AOL Lifestream.

Matt currently resides in Boulder, CO and is an active member of the startup community there.