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MY FUCKING MAN!

Love,

Brett

Woot Woot!!

Congrats. Hard work pays off & so happy for you guys.

MAZEL TOV !!!!

Congratulations. When i first learned about hyperpublic i thought of it as a PAAS (a platform as a service). What are your thoughts about the riskes associated with platforms like hyperpublic? Hope you keep your blog rolling!

First Congratulations! When i first heard of Hyperpublic I thought of all the great use cases for your platform which i call a PAAS (a platform as a service). Can you give us a feel for how many startups were working with your APIs? Also, what are your thoughts about generally about the risks of building a company dependent on platforms similar to Hyperpublic. Thanks and Keep Blogging!


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