21 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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Mitchell Hashimoto

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By Nathen Harvey of Chef Blog over 1 year ago.
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Mitchell Hashimoto, Founder, HashiCorp

Jeremy LaTrasse, CEO, Message Bus

John Martin, Senior Director, Production Engineering, Edmunds.com

John Martinez, Cloud Operations Engineer, Adobe

Alex Munk, Senior Product Manager, Splunk

Carl Perry, Cloud Architect, DreamHost

Theo Schlossnagle, CEO, Circonus

Aaron Suggs, Operations Engineer, Kickstarter

Jamie Winsor, Software Engineer, Riot Games Want to join in and speak at # ChefConf

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By Bryan McLellan of Chef Blog almost 2 years ago.
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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…

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By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside 2 years ago.
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Mitchell Hashimoto of the Vagrant project (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.

Watching and Listening

RailsCasts on Copycopter

Copycopter provides an interface that clients can use to edit the text in a Rails application. Learn how to deploy a Copycopter server using Heroku and integrate it in a Rails application through I18n.

PeepCode Play by Play: …

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By Mitchell Hashimoto of Engine Yard Developer Blog 2 years ago.
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Note: A couple of years ago, Engine Yard gave Mitchell Hashimoto an OSS grant to work on Vagrant. A few weeks ago, Vagrant 1.0 came out and Mitchell wrote a blog post about his journey and how he got to 1.0 . With his permission, we're reposting it here.

I just released Vagrant 1.0 , exactly two years since I showed Vagrant to the world for the first time . I've made an official announcement but I think it is only appropriate …

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By Mitchell Hashimoto of Engine Yard Developer Blog 3 years ago.
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Our guest post today hails from community contributor Mitchell Hashimoto . Mitchell has two important Ruby projects you may have heard of: VirtualBox and Vagrant . Mitchell lives in Seattle and loves open source. He is also a member of our Open Source Software Community Grant Program . " COM":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Component_Object_Model plays an important role for developers wishing to interact with other applications on …

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By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside over 3 years ago.
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…Vagrant: EC2-Like VM Building and Provisioning from Ruby - Mitchell Hashimoto and John Bender released Vagrant, a Ruby-based 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 Engine Yard.

Sinatra 1.0 Released - 2010 was Sinatra's year. It had been under development since 2007 but only finally caught the imagination of a larger audience …

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By Dr Nic of Dr Nic over 3 years ago.
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Thanks to Mitchell Hashimoto and John Bender for creating Vagrant. It is an incredible tool for developing within a VM (on OS X or Windows).

Finally, thanks to Bo Jeanes who helped on the Engine Yard AppCloud version of this project. Coming soon!

RubyConf & RubyBayou

If you're in New Orleans this week for RubyConf, I'll be at the local Ruby group RubyBayou talking about Hudson CI, Vagrant, and AppCloud on Thursday night …

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By Matt Reider of Engine Yard Developer Blog over 3 years ago.
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Vagrant , a tool for building and distributing virtualized development environments, by Mitchell Hashimoto. Using Vagrant, we built a headless VM that runs a full Ruby on Rails stack for local development. Since it includes Ubuntu, 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 that Vagrant solves many problems outside the context of our curriculum. …

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Engine Yard is very excited to offer an OSS Community Grant to Mitchell Hashimoto.

Mitchell Hashimoto has two important Ruby projects you may have heard of: 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 VMs & virtualization capabilities in an operating system).

The quality of Mitchell's contributions can be quickly seen from:

i) http://vagrantup.com/ …

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