SitePoint Podcast #109: Shopify with Cody Fauser

This week on the podcast we interview Shopify CTO Cody Fauser about the future of ecommerce, Shopify’s origins and growth, and Rails 3 controversies.

http://blogs.sitepoint.com/podcast-109-shopify-with-cody-fauser/

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