Opscode To Steward Berkshelf

Chef was built from the beginning as an extensible framework that makes IT professionals’ lives easier. This extensibility has always led to interesting and exciting contributions from the community of Chef users. Innovative solutions for common challenges and process and tooling improvements help Chef users change the way IT works. Berkshelf is one example of […]

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Opscode Community Summit – Remote Participation

The Opscode Community Summit kicks off this week in Seattle. The Summit is an annual gathering of community members for two days of Open Spaces discussing the topics that are most important to the people in the community. Participants share their ideas, triumphs, and challenges with Chef and other personal projects. The Open Spaces format […]

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Surge and Free Chef Training

Our friends at OmniTI are hosting the fourth annual Surge: a conference dedicated to scalability and performance that brings together the best and brightest in Web Operations. The conference is being held September 12-13 in the National Harbor waterfront district just outside of Washington, DC. We’ve teamed up with the Surge team to make this […]

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Reflections on #ChefConf 2013

#ChefConf 2013 was a roaring success! Our second annual conference was full of great keynotes, insightful workshops, informative track sessions, and the awesome Chef community. #ChefConf 2013 sold out with more than 700 people in attendance and hundreds more watching the live video stream of the keynote sessions. Wednesday’s activities included training workshops on Chef, […]

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#ChefConf – Hack Day

Immediately following #ChefConf 2013, we teamed up with our friends from Joyent and Boundary to co-host a Chef Hack Day. The idea: capture some of the excitement and buzz generated at #ChefConf and bring community members together to whip up some awesome code. The results: About 70 Chefs gathered at Joyent’s offices and hacked on […]

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