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Daniel Martushev

Daniel is a Solutions Architect focused on spreading the love of Chef and humane systems automation. He has worked over 15 years at companies ranging from small dot-coms to large enterprises experiencing first hand how awesome or inhumane IT systems can become. He is based in Portland Oregon and hopes to talk to you (over a beer?) about DevOps and how there is a better way!


Chef at AutomaCon 2016

Portland was host to the second annual AutomaCon, the Infrastructure as Code Conference, September 27-29. It was a great event to share ideas about the future of infrastructure as code and continuous provisioning. The lineup of speakers represented some of the best in the industry.

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Habitat Hack PDX Wrap-Up

Last week, our friends at New Relic hosted a Habitat Hack event in Portland, OR for a dozen attendees from companies like Intel and Workday. Habitat is our latest open-source project that allows you to build your applications with the automation built-in.

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