Anthony Chaves is a software developer interested in application scalability. He started the Boston Scalability User Group (BostonSUG) in 2007. BostonSUG features monthly guests who give talks about their work on building more highly scalable software.
After graduating from college, Anthony went to work for a large phone company in the Enterprise Services division. He developed software on Z/OS and Linux, bridging the gap between legacy applications written in COBOL and new projects using J2EE.
Anthony currently runs a software consulting company based in north-east Massachusetts. In the past, he has worked with large financial companies, data security companies, and early-stage start-ups.
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