Travis CI started a little side project back in Feb 2011 (http://svenfuchs.com/2011/2/5/travis-a-distributed-build-server-tool-for-the-ruby-community). Over the coming months a handful of projects signed up, and a handful of builds per day were run on a single dedicated machine. Things have sure grown fast! On the 3rd of June 2014 Travis ran 71,000 jobs on travis-ci.org alone, with a total of 112,000 GitHub repositories running a build over the last 12 months!. And along the way we found a business model that allowed us to offer testing for private projects, while helping us to continue to support Open Source. We've learnt a lot along the way, from scale tech, decoupling code, and growing a team. In this talk, Josh Kalderimis, CEO of Travis CI, GmbH, and Hiro Asari, software deveoper at Travis CI, will discuss how Travis CI grew as a code base, decoupled their core services, and embraced devops, support, and coffee.