Show Date: June 12, 2013
In today’s show we discuss the internals of the chef client code.
- Ranjib Dey github, twitter, blog
- Joshua Timberman github, twitter, blog
- Daniel DeLeo github, twitter
- Bryan Berry github, twitter, irc: bryanwb, blog: devopsanywhere
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- RAMP Conf July 11-12 in Budapest, Hungary (Discount Code: FOODFIGHTSHOW for $50 off)
- The idea of the episode
- God Objects
- Converge by
- Resources vs Providers
- File Provider changes in 11.6
- The Node Object
- Extending Resources and Providers
- Private Methods
- Check out and participate in Chef internals conversations at #chef-hacking IRC and chef-dev mailing list
- Shameless self-promotion: my “5 things you didn’t know about Chef” talk from Big Ruby 2013.
- Geeky pick: Pathfinder RPG: Ultimate Campaign. This is a great resource for GMs, and the fact that it collects all the character traits in one place is great for players.
- Tech pick: OmniOS! I’ve been playing with this a bit, and it’s great. OmniOS is an IllumOS distribution by OmniTI, and is built for enterprise class stability and use.
- New Belgium Abbey ale, it’s a Belgian Dubbel style. Delicious and refreshing, even on a hot summer day
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