Mitchell Hashimoto, Founder, HashiCorp
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Hector Castro improved the mdadm resource to support write-intent bitmaps and Mitchell Hashimoto added metadata version support to the mdadm resource.
Philip (flip) Kromer fixed a bug when capturing line numbers in erubis templates.
Mike Adolphs helped fix knife cookbook site install when providing a specific version.
Roberto C. Morano fixed the gpasswd provider handling of empty groups.
John Goulah added the ability to reload a recipe in ‘shef' using ‘ reload recipe…
Mitchell Hashimoto of theproject (which recently hit 1.0 - above) shares his take on the history of Vagrant and the experiences it brought him. Always nice to see a post like this.
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Note: A couple of years ago, Mitchell Hashimoto an OSS grant to work on Vagrant. A few weeks ago, . With his permission, we're reposting it here. 1.0 came out and wrote a blog post about his journey and how he got to 1.0gave
Our guest post today hails from community contributor Mitchell Hashimoto . has two important projects you may have heard of: VirtualBox and Vagrant . Mitchell lives in and loves open source. He is also a member of our Open Source Software Community Grant Program . " ":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Component_Object_Model plays an important role for developers wishing to interact with other applications on …
…Vagrant: EC2-Like VM Building andfrom Ruby - Mitchell Hashimoto and released , a tool for building and deploying virtualized development environments easily. It was impressive enough at the time but has become a popular project and is used by folks like .
Sinatra 1.0 Released - 2010 was 's year. It had been under development since 2007 but only finally caught the imagination of a larger audience …
Thanks to Mitchell Hashimoto andfor creating Vagrant. It is an incredible tool for developing within a (on or ).
If you're inthis week for RubyConf, I'll be at the local Ruby group RubyBayou talking about CI, , and on Thursday night …
…Vagrant , a tool for building and distributing virtualized development environments, by Mitchell Hashimoto. Using Vagrant, we built a headless that runs a full stack for local development. Since it includes , it is a big download , weighing in at around 400 megs, but the problem it solves is worth every byte.
A week after building the Vagrant Ruby/Rails VM, we recognized thatsolves many problems outside the context of our curriculum. …
…is very excited to offer an OSS Community Grant to Mitchell Hashimoto.
Mitchell Hashimoto has two important virtualbox and vagrant . He's also started work on a third: a quality Ruby wrapper for a C-library libvirt (a library to interact with & virtualization capabilities in an operating system).projects you may have heard of:
The quality of's contributions can be quickly seen from:
i) http://vagrantup.com/ …