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Running Heroku on Heroku
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| by Noah Zoschke Follow 0 Followers on Feb 16, 2012 |

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Noah Zoschke discusses self-hosting, bootstrapping, cross-compiling, avoiding circular dependencies, distributed process management, all in the context of running Heroku support apps on Heroku.

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Noah Zoschke is a lead engineer at Heroku, a Ruby cloud Platform-as-a-Service. He spends his time doing infrastructure development on the Heroku runtime, a distributed code compilation, process management and process execution system responsible for running and scaling over 150,000 applications.

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