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Kiah Tolliver

Kiah Tolliver is the Developer Advocate at Chef.


5 Best Practices for IaC Security

Any organization looking to secure their IaC should consider these 5 best practices for securing infrastructure as code.

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GitOps Approach to Continuous Security to Harden your CI/CD Pipeline

Learn how to use a GitOps approach for continuous security to harden your CI/CD pipeline. See how Chef helps accomplish secure GitOps.

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The Best Developers are Lazy

The best developers are lazy, but that’s because they automate repetitive tasks.

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An Introduction to Chef InSpec Waivers

Chef InSpec waivers enable the user to provide justification for skipping controls to which they knowingly are not within compliance.

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Join us for The Hallway Track

A new year is upon us, and with it comes a lot of new changes from the Chef team. First, you may have noticed that we’ve officially updated our branding to Progress Chef. Also, you’re about to witness a shift in how we stream.

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The Projects that Wowed our Automate for Good Hackathon Judges

Now that we have wrapped up our hackathon and announced our winners, we thought it would be fun to dive into some of the details of the winning projects and share them with you. Again, these ideas were awesome. If you got a chance to tune into our live stream on Twitch or YouTube yesterday, you know that one of the projects is directly in line with a feature on the Chef Infra Client product roadmap. How cool!

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Announcing the Winners of the Automate for Good Hackathon

First off, I’d like to give a huge thank you to everyone who participated in our hackathon, and to DevPost for teaming up with us to make it all happen. Whether or not your project made the final list, all participants who submitted a valid project will receive a swag pack which consists of a t-shirt, some cool stickers, and a Badgr badge.

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5 Reasons to Join the $60k "Automate for Good" Hackathon

Whether you’re a college student or a seasoned professional, opportunities to learn new skills and explore new, cutting-edge tech are few and far in between. One of the tech industry’s most solid tools for fostering innovation and collaboration continues to be the hackathon. Here are five reasons why you shouldn’t miss Chef’s “Automate for Good” hackathon.

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Compete to Win Part of $60,000 USD in prizes at Chef’s Hackathon: Automate for Good

This year’s ChefConf ’21 proved to be incredible, delivering transformative value to many like-minded DevOps folks. By bringing the best DevOps leaders and IT innovation from all around the world together through keynote addresses, technical sessions, networking, and more, ChefConf has brought attendees the ultimate DevOps event experience - content, connections, and a foundation to build upon for the future. And of course, let’s not forget the awesome sets from Deep Sea Diver and Lakou Mizik!

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Updates to Chef’s default branch name

Over the next 2 months, we’ll be migrating all our active Chef repositories default branch from master to main and all open Pull Requests will be moved to the new default branch.  What do contributors need to do?

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