“For the curious mind, there is more free content available on the internet than ever, and yet as internet users, we run into paywalls more often than ever before. So we built the FreeInternetPlugin.com to give people the option to choose what type of content is allowed and not allowed in their search results.”

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Terence Lee and Joe Kutner are founding members of the Cloud Native Buildpacks project. Ask them anything at 5 pm EST on July 28th!

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we are Terence Lee and Joe Kutner, both working on the Platform Engineering team at Salesforce Heroku. We are also founding members of the Cloud Native Buildpacks project, and today we will answer any questions you have around Buildpacks, what they are, use cases, and how we use them here at Salesforce Heroku. …


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