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Notes from the Lab: Developing and Validating the Community Cookbooks Survey

This is the second in a series of posts that tell the behind-the-scenes story of the Chef Community Cookbooks Survey—how the project began, the science behind it, and what the results showed. In this post, we talk to Dr. Nicole

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Announcing new dates for ChefConf 2016

A few months ago, we announced ChefConf 2016 would be in Austin, TX, May 9-11, at the beautiful JW Marriott hotel. Many of you in the community were excited about the location, which boasts tremendous culture, food, outdoor activity, nightlife,

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Awesome Community Chef – Kavita Sachdeva

ChefConf 2015 was awesome for so many reasons, including our first ever Diversity Scholarship program, designed to give those underrepresented in the Chef Community an opportunity to take part in the conference with free passes. Kavita Sachdeva was one of

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Announcing ChefConf 2016 – Coming to Austin, TX!

Update: The dates for ChefConf 2016 have been updated in this post. On the heels of our most awesome ChefConf yet, we’re incredibly excited to announce ChefConf 2016, coming to Austin, TX, July 11-13, 2016! A central hub for the

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Chef + Splunk – an integrated solution for DevOps

This is a guest post by Jon Rooney, Director of Developer Marketing at Splunk Two weeks ago at ChefConf, the Chef team announced an integrated app for Splunk to gain real-time insights from your Chef infrastructure. The Chef Analytics App

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ChefConf 2015: DevOps, Velocity, and Community

ChefConf 2015 welcomed 1500 attendees and 42 sponsors over our four day event. If you weren’t able to attend or just want to relive it all over again, here are a few of the highlights: Keynotes: Chef Style DevOps Kung Fu:

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ChefConf Retrospective

ChefConf 2015 has officially wrapped up.  This year’s conference was chock full of exciting announcements, astute content, good times, and that special brand of unique Chef community camaraderie.  I have to admit, I’m having ChefConf withdrawals. My first day working

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ChefConf 2015 – Automate All Your Puns

This is a guest post from Robert Haynes, Marketing Solutions Architect at F5. It originally appeared on F5’s DevCentral site on March 30, 2015. Go here to read more about F5 and Chef’s work together. Chef turns infrastructure into code.

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Chef Log Management and Reporting w/ Technology Integration Partner Sumo Logic

This is a guest post by Sahir Azam, Director of Product Management @ Sumo Logic. Fellow Chef enthusiasts, we’re excited to lift the covers off some of the joint work between Chef and Sumo Logic! Sumo Logic is a SaaS

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Chef Announces Chef Delivery, First Product for Continuous and Unified Delivery of Infrastructure and Applications

Company Extends Chef IT Automation Platform with Proven DevOps Workflow for Managing Change in Enterprise IT; Now Available through Invitation Program SEATTLE and SANTA CLARA, Calif. – April 1, 2015 – This week at ChefConf 2015, Chef, the leader in

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