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Seth Chisamore

Seth is a Principal Software Development Engineer at Chef, focusing on Chef's continuous delivery and software distribution systems. He lives in Marietta, GA with his family and likes to say y'all a lot.


End-of-life announcement for Chef’s Bintray account

Chef will cease publishing to Bintray on December 30th, 2016. We will also delete all existing artifacts from https://bintray.com/chef on this date. Why are you doing this?

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PackageCloud Repositories Disabled, Please Migrate to packages.chef.io

As previously announced we’ve disabled our PackageCloud APT/YUM repositories for the current and stable release channels effective today. Please migrate to the equivalent packages.chef.io repository as documented on docs.chef.io. The latest versions of the apt-chef or yum-chef cookbooks will automate this repo configuration for you.

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We’ve moved our software distribution to packages.chef.io

Ohai Chefs! We’re excited to announce that we’ve moved all of Chef Software Inc.’s public distribution services to packages.chef.io. Under the hood packages.chef.io leverages Bintray, the software distribution platform created by JFrog. We’ve made this transition to provide a more seamless, better performing experience to our users.

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Opscode at the Atlanta Erlang Users Group

Kevin Smith, Director of Engineering at Opscode, will be coming down from Raleigh to speak at the Atlanta Erlang Users Group (ATLEUG) this coming Wednesday.

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Opscode at Southeast LinuxFest 2011

The third annual Southeast LinuxFest is this weekend (June 10-12, 2011) in Spartanburg, SC and Opscode is excited to be in attendance. At 10:15 am on Sunday morning our very own Seth Chisamore will be presenting “Deploying Fully Automated, Highly Available, Django Application Stacks with Chef“.

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Chef ♥’s Windows

Here at Opscode we have the stated goal of creating “Infrastructure Automation for the Masses”. We won’t rest until Chef manages EVERYTHING! And everything includes a whole lot more than Linux servers – it also includes our brethren on the Windows platform.

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Opscode at PyCon 2011

The Python community’s annual convention, PyCon, is this weekend and Opscode is excited to be participating in a number of events. Friday evening Opscode is sponsoring the Chef BoF (Birds of a Feather). This is a gathering of Pythonistas that are interested in, or currently using Chef to manage their infrastructures.

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Atlanta Chef Hack Day

Following on the success of the recent San Francisco Chef Hack Day, Saturday December 11th will be the first Atlanta-area Chef Hack Day! Opscode will be in full attendance, multiple members from our evangelism team along with members from our core development team will be in town for the event.

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Webcast Recording: Knife Pro Tips

In case you missed the webcast this afternoon, or want to review it again, we have posted the WebEx recording Here is a list of the Knife resources that were referenced in today’s webcast: Knife Man Page – bonus pro tip install gem-man and access the man page on your local machine with a simple […]

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Upcoming Webcast: Knife Pro Tips

It’s time for another Opscode Webcast! Date: Thursday, October 21, 2010 Time: 1:45 PM Pacific Presenter: Seth Chisamore (@schisamo) This webcast will assume the audience has signed up for the Opscode Platform and followed the getting started guide. Knife is Chef’s powerful command-line utility used for interacting directly with the Opscode Platform’s RESTful API.

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