Deploy a Shirt 👕
One thing we all love at Aptible are t-shirts. These versatile garments are more than just a piece of clothing covering one’s torso — they're an expression of identity and a canvas for creativity. T-shirts have a unique way of showcasing our passions and affiliations to the world.
So we thought, why not take our love of t-shirts and combine it with what we’re doing here at Aptible. Our mission is to enable developers to do more with less infrastructure. We’re calling it the No Infrastructure future. Imagine, what if you didn’t have to manage infrastructure? What if you didn’t have to deal with the complexities of provisioning, the challenges of scaling, and the burden of infrastructure maintenance? There’s very few (although they probably do exist) that want to spend more time dealing with infrastructure.
Deploy an app. Get a shirt.
Introducing our initial collection of ‘No Infra’ shirts. This collection serves as a tangible representation of shedding the burdens of software infrastructure.
To share our love of shirts and the ‘No Infrastructure’ movement, we’re giving this initial collection of shirts away for free.
- For any first time users, simply sign up for Aptible, deploy your first application, and you’ll receive a t-shirt.
And, this collection of shirts will not be reprinted. Once they're gone, they're gone for good. So experience Aptible's platform and claim your shirt before it’s gone.
👕 Deploy your first app and get a ‘No Infra’ shirt.
For any first time users, simply sign up for Aptible, deploy your first application, and you’ll receive a t-shirt.
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