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The Cloudcast #133 - The Cloud Foundry Foundation

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The Cloudcast #133 - The Cloud Foundry Foundation

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The Cloudcast #133 - Cloud Foundry Foundation (34:39)

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Date: March 6, 2014

By: Aaron Delp and Brian Gracely

Description: Aaron ad Brian talk with Andy Piper (@andypiper), Developer Advocate for Cloud Foundry. We discuss the role of developer advocates vs. evangelists, the changes across Cloud Foundry, the new Cloud Foundry Foundation, and why build-pack architectures are crtical to successful PaaS implementations. Music Credit: Nine Inch Nails (www.nin.com)


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Topic 1 - Give us some of your background and then let’s talk about “Developer Advocacy”

Topic 2 - We’ve had James Watters (@wattersjames) on the podcast before, but it’s been a while. Where is Cloud Foundry today and what do all the different variations mean?

Topic 3 - What’s the difference between the Cloud Foundry CAB (Community Advisory Board) and Cloud Foundry Foundation?

Topic 4 - Give us the “Forking for Dummies” overview of how it might affect the Cloud Foundry project(s)? Ad what’s happening with .NET support?

Topic 5 - We hear a lot of languages/frameworks that Cloud Foundry supports, but explain to us the concept of BuildPacks and why those are important?

Topic 6 - You’re involved in many hackathons and developer events. How do people typically get started - do they bring an existing app (eg. Java) or start something new?

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