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From 0 to 1000 Apps: The First Year of Cloud Foundry at The Home Depot
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| by Anthony McCulley Follow 0 Followers on Sep 07, 2016 |

Anthony McCulley describes The Home Depot’s first year with Cloud Foundry scaling to hundreds of developers across multiple data centers. He talks about getting the development community to quickly adopt the platform and some of the mistakes they made along the way.

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Anthony McCulley is currently the Application Platforms manager for The Home Depot. In this role, Anthony works closely with leadership to ensure their technology enables and empowers the developers and helps with their transformation instead of hindering it. He has 15+ years in IT in various roles including software engineering, UX practitioner, agile coach, and more.

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