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Community, Bacon, and Giving Back

We’re only about a month away from this year’s Opscode Community Summit.

The Opscode Community Summit is a unique opportunity for open-source contributors, Opscode engineers, and Chef users of all experience levels to come together and share their passion and excitement for Chef.

The Opscode Community Summit is a facilitated Open Space event. The participants of the summit propose topics, organize an agenda, and meet to discuss and work on the ideas that are most important to the community.

Topic ideas are currently being proposed on the Opscode Community Wiki.

Thank an Awesome Chef!

Chef has always been known for some amazing contributions from the across the community. You’re probably working with some open-source tooling that has been built around Chef in your organization today. Help get more people to the Community Summit and thank the contributor of your favorite tool by buying an extra ticket for the Community Summit. Need help sponsoring your favorite open source contributor? Contact us at summit@opscode.com and we’ll help you get connected with a contributor.

mmmm…Bacon

A huge THANK YOU and lots of hugs for our awesome sponsors! Be sure to thank them on Twitter and bring a hug for them with you to the Summit!!

(Almost) Everybody loves bacon and Dyn wants to be sure there will be plenty of bacon at the Opscode Community Summit. Please thank Dyn for sponsoring bacon at the Summit.

Heavy Water is also sponsoring the Summit. There are still sponsorship opportunities available. Let us know (summit@opscode.com) if you’d like to sponsor the Opscode Community Summit.

Logistics:

Space for the Opscode Community Summit is limited. Please register today!

Limited sponsorship opportunities are available if you or your company are interested. Checkout the sponsorship prospectus.

See you in Seattle!

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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