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Chef for OpenStack in Boston and NYC

What better way to start 2013 than getting involved with Chef for OpenStack in Boston and New York City?

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The History of Chef – What’s in a Name?

Ever wondered how Chef got its name? Or why the heck Chef was created in the first place? We’ve got answers for you.

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Cookbooks Migrated to New GitHub Organization

Opscode’s cookbooks are no longer maintained in the monolithic “opscode/cookbooks” repository on GitHub, and are now split up into a new organization on GitHub, “opscode-cookbooks”. Why the Change?

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Chef @Work: Telling Cool Customer Stories, Today and Everyday

Chef is cool. Chef is community. PR is not necessarily either of those things. We get that. But enabling customers to do great things – easier, faster and better – is cool. That is what Opscode’s all about: Customer success and enabling the community.

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Join Opscode at SCALE!

Opscode is proud to be a sponsor of the Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE) this upcoming weekend in Los Angeles. SCALE is one of the premier open source events in the United States and we encourage you to attend.

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Food Fight, the New Chef Community Podcast

Food Fight is a new podcast for the Chef community, discussing and summarizing the assorted news and topics of the day. It’s hosted by community member Bryan Berry and Opscode employee Matt Ray. They plan on interviewing lots of people from the greater Chef community and publishing every few weeks.

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Guide to Writing Chef Cookbooks

I wanted smartmontools installed to monitor the disk health of my LAN server at home. This is not an uncommon thing to want to do, so I thought I’d write and share a Chef cookbook for it.

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Chef Fundamentals Open Training Update

I am pleased to announce that Opscode’s Chef Fundamentals open training materials have been updated to a new version. If you signed up for Open Training in the last month or so, you should have received a link to the updated materials.

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Cloudtrainings.com Chef & Amazon EC2 training

If you’re in Los Angeles on Saturday August 6, Cloudtrainings.com will be offering Quick Start Cloud Automation with Amazon EC2 and Opscode Chef.

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Update on the Future of Opscode’s Cookbooks

This is an update on the blog post we made a couple weeks back regarding the future of Opscode’s cookbooks and cookbooks repository. We are going to switch master branch to reflect the changes that have been made in the 0.10.0 branch this week.

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