19 April 2014

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By Barry Crist of Chef Blog 2 months ago.
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Chef.

Looking Ahead

The bottom line is we're here to help solve your hardest problems. Our mission is to empower an entire generation of businesses to deliver for their customers. It starts with speed, it means lots (and lots) of change, and together with the Chef Community, we're dedicated to making it happen.

See you all @ # ChefConf.

- Barry

@barry_crist

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By Barry Crist of Chef Blog 4 months ago.
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…meantime, I encourage you to check out an Infographic we've created illustrating the Forrester study's findings and the route to achieving customer speed with automation.

And lastly, I wanted share a great article about Mitch Hill, our previous CEO, who passed away last week (see my previous blog). You can find the Geekwire article here .

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By Mike of Positive Incline almost 3 years ago.
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Personal Kanban: Mapping Work | Navigating Life

Jim Benson ( @ ourfounder ) and Tonianne DeMaria Barry ( @ sprezzatura ) # pkflow

What a lovely little book, a book for anyone that wants to organise their work more effectively, making no assumption that the reader is the slightest bit interested in software development, product development, manufacturing or Lean anything. It's a book our mums might read and enjoy, and I say that with absolutely no disrespect.

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By Ben Orenstein of Codeulate. 3 years ago.
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I didn't anonymize this one because Barry and Airbnb deserve massive kudos-this is the best damn recruitment email I've ever received.

Barry has read my comments on Hacker News, found my profile on workingwithrails.com, read my blog, and knows where I live. I am physically incapable of disliking someone who strokes my ego so thoroughly. How can you be disinterested in someone so interested in you? Barry's telling me that he's done his research, liked …

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By Joey of Global Nerdy over 3 years ago.
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…Dev User Group!

Microsoft Canada is extending its special offer to members of user groups: deploy an app to Azure and send us a screenshot, and we'll give $ 25 to the developer user group of your choice. There's a set of step-by-step instructions on Barry's blog.

This article also appears in Canadian Developer Connection .

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By Joey of Global Nerdy almost 4 years ago.
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…time, so I could catch all of it, the bits I did catch were pretty entertaining. I expect no less from Barry and the rest of the ObjectSharpies, all of who are top-notch presenters:

Perhaps I'm wearing out this phrase from overuse, but let me say it just once more: Mark Arteaga of RedBit Development has forgotten more about mobile phone development that I will ever learn . He did the first session in the mobile track, providing an overview of developing apps for …

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By Ryan Daigle of Edge Rails.info 4 years ago.
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By Paul Barry of PaulBarry.com 4 years ago.
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By Lucas Welch of Chef Blog 4 months ago.
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…technology point to strong momentum and a huge opportunity ahead. I'm excited to be working with Barry and his team; they have the vision and the capability to deliver."

" Chef's technology can enable highly automated and flexible data centers, and has the potential to save significant resources and expand capabilities. We are excited to be part of this investment," said Arvind Purushotham, Managing Director at Citi Ventures.

New Research Underscores Need …

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By Lucas Welch of Chef Blog 4 months ago.
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…commercially and in open source over the past 12 months, and this is just the beginning. Barry has built a dynamite executive team and we have blue-chip investors backing us, not to mention the best IT automation platform on the market. I can't wait to get to work."

Murphy comes to Chef with more than 15 years of experience in building, leading and expanding global services practices focused on enterprise software solutions. Before joining Chef, he served as VP of Customer

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