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Chef Community Summit – Register Now

We will be hosting the Chef Community Summit on October 14 and 15 in Seattle, Washington and hope to see you there.

This marks the fifth year for the Chef Community Summit and it has proven to be one of the most engaging events of the year for the Chef Community. The Summit is organized as a facilitated Open Space event. This type of event helps ensure that everyone has a chance to participate, the topics discussed are the right topics, and the outcomes are best for everyone.

During the first Community Summit, in 2011, the community asked about how to effectively test all of the infrastructure code that was being generated. Things like Foodcritic, ChefSpec, and Test Kitchen were born from those early discussions. Over the years we’ve discussed emerging practices for dependency management, team and development workflows, community guidelines, helping new comers, and how to run a more open project.

The Chef Community Summit provides a great opportunity to connect with your Community and Chef Engineers over two days of engaging sessions and hallway discussions. If you are passionate about helping our community, project, and company succeed and are willing to participate you are invited to the Chef Community Summit!

Early bird tickets are available for $400 each. Registration for this event is limited, so please register today!

Summit Location

Seattle Sheraton
1400 Sixth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

Hotel & Accommodations

Special rate – $225 nightly + taxes
Reserve your room now as space is limited.

Additional Events

  • Tuesday evening happy hour at the Chef HQ (3-7pm)
  • Wednesday evening dinner groups, sign up onsite
  • Friday Community Hack Day at Chef HQ (11am-5pm)

View the full Summit agenda online.

We look forward to seeing you in Seattle!

Is Seattle a little too far for you to travel? We’ll be hosting our Europe-based summit in London in early November. More details about this event will be announced soon!

Nathen Harvey

As the VP of Community Development at Chef, Nathen helps the community whip up an awesome ecosystem built around the Chef framework. Nathen also spends much of his time helping people learn about the practices, processes, and technologies that support DevOps, Continuous Delivery, and Web-scale IT. Prior to joining Chef, Nathen spent a number of years managing operations and infrastructure for a number of web applications. Nathen is a co-host of the Food Fight Show, a podcast about Chef and DevOps.

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