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Why work at Heroku?

About Heroku Heroku is a thriving business unit of Salesforce.com. We are based in a beautiful office in SOMA, San Francisco, a second office in Vancouver, British Columbia and we have remote employees on four continents and thirteen countries. Our work environment is fun, flexible, and collaborative. We are focused on technical and operational excellence and customer success. Together we are changing the way web application development and deployment happens.
Make developers' lives awesome Heroku is changing the world for developers. We believe applying design to the application lifecycle makes developers' entire experience awesome. We've just begun on a mission to change everything about the application development experience.
It's about the makers Heroku is a do-ocracy. Makers of every stripe are welcomed here. Amazing ideas and execution are rewarded with independence and trust. From customer facing roles to our developers, we believe in building, not meeting.
Passion matters We put passion into everything we do. Our office walls bleed purple. Our desks are custom made. Our shirts are awesome. We spend as long as it takes to make things right.
Every day our catered lunch brings us together around a long family table. See our starving samurai

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Introducing Heroku CX Patterns: Building Customer Experiences on Heroku with Salesforce Services

by Margaret - 17 days ago

A quick glance at most any phone shows the importance and urgency – for businesses of all kinds – of creating mobile customer apps. Our everyday activities – finding a ride, ordering a meal or turning on a light are increasingly mobile experiences.

Behind the Heroku Platform: How We Create Non-events for Customers

by Charles - 23 days ago

As an SRE (Service Reliability Engineer) at Heroku, one of the things I’m exposed to is how much work happens behind the scenes in order to create what we call “non-events” for you, our users.