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Developers Do It Better (In the Cloud)

, 29 Aug 2013
What drives developers and product teams to move their development and testing to the cloud?

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Chris Riley (@HoardingInfo) is the voice of the market for a cloud startup called CloudShare. CloudShare is a cloud service built specifically for development and testing. Offering features to help developers spend less time procuring, and dealing with infrastructure and more time coding. He has been in high tech 14 years and spent a lot of time helping companies actualize the technologies that are available. His specialties are in SaaS, Product Management, Marketing, and Business Development, as well as taking abstract technology to end-user reality. You will find Chris contributing content and speaking in the areas of Software Development, Information Architecture, and Cloud. He holds degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Business Administration from Regis University in Colorado. And certifications from AIIM in SharePoint, Capture, Information Architecture, and ECM.

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