Earlier this month we held the third annual Opscode Community Summit. There, we shared some lessons we've learned about publishing and maintaining community cookbooks. For those that could not be there, we'd like to share them with you as well.
Over the years, thoughts and attitudes about what cookbooks are and how they should be treated have evolved. In the beginning, everyone wrote their cookbooks from scratch to manage their infrastructure. This is the simplest use case for Chef…
Sean: I use it, and love it.
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Things like mentioning a person's name and setting up notifications for things that interest you can help keep up with several chat rooms. Mine are: my first name, my griddler '.and usernames, ‘coffee', ‘alaska', /game ?night/, and ‘
It is also important to remember …
…servers, monitoring system, and backup systems. For a number of months PostageApp was dreamed up on our trip to in 2009 to solve the problem of sending application driven email for all of the social network tools and group buying systems we were building at the time. It's still going …worked with Sean on setting up these systems, and he soon extended these efforts into creating whole applications that would support the software that we were building for our clients.
Oleg had just rolled into Toronto after a computer science degree, and he somehow found one of our unique job posts online. Just one hour with him and it was clear that he was smart, was interested in building the same kinds of apps that we were, and that he'd be a great addition to the team. For two weeks, Oleg wore his business casual uniform to the office, until …
Sean "The sexy one " independent circuit . he is known to prowl around the citys with lots of girls acting like he owns the place. he is very approachable with a little smugness he truly does live his gimmick.is an professional wrestler who wrestles on the southeast
Nothing is on Sean's bed.
Sean is gone.
THIS IS THE SADDEST.
That's just April! In May we'll be at InterOp in Las Vegas, making our mark at the largest technology expo in North America. Then of course, representing at our own conference # ChefConf, May 15th-17th. This is the one you won't want to miss! For more details …
Sean O'Halpin -at the
Sean O'Halpin couldn't make our December meeting due to illness, but he's fighting fit now and is going to give his talk this month instead. He'll be telling us about some work at the BBC involving twitter:
I'll be talking about how we're using BBC Zeitgeist and how we're reading the Twitter Firehose …to process tweets in realtime to discover inbound links to the
Sean O'Halpin -at the
Sean O'Halpin is going to tell us about some work at the BBC involving twitter:
There'll be a bit about Hadoop and …
Sean grew up idyllic Carlsbad, California. "Crime was nearly unheard of, the beach was nearby. For many people it was paradise. Yet at times I felt like that small town kid that needed to get out and explore a big city." Now, Sean lives and works in and around D.C., arguably one of the coolest cities in the United States. As for Ruby's role in all of this, he says, "I'd still be writing Java XML configuration files in some backwater IT department if it weren't …