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Hanselminutes Podcast 255 - The Opinionated Cloud - Learning about AppHarbor

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Scott sits down with Rune from AppHarbor . AppHarbor has some strong opinions about how the cloud should work and how applications should be deployed. Is there room for another cloud offering? Is the cloud about elasticity or something else? What's a Cloud and what's Platform as a Service. All this and more as Scott gets educated. Download: MP3 Full Show NOTE: If you want to download our complete archives as a feed - that's all 255 shows, subscribe to the Complete MP3 Feed here . Also, please do take a moment and review the show on iTunes . Subscribe: or or Zune Do also remember the complete archives are always up and they have PDF Transcripts , a little known feature that show up a few weeks after each show. Telerik is our sponsor...(read more)

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