Food Fight

The Podcast where DevOps chefs do battle

About the Show

The Food Fight Show is a podcast for the Chef and DevOps communities. We bring together the smartest people in these communities to discuss the thorniest issues in system administration, application development, and automation.

Food Fight is hosted by Nathen Harvey and Nell Shamrell-Harrington.

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Nell Shamrell-Harrington is a Sr. Engineer at Chef and CTO of Operation Code.

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Nathen Harvey, VP of Community Development at Chef, helps the community whip up an awesome ecosystem built around the Chef platform. Nathen also spends much of his time helping people learn about the practices, processes, and technologies that support DevOps, continuous delivery, and high velocity organizations. Nathen is an occasional farmer who loves eggs and actively supports #hugops.

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The Food Fight Show was founded by Bryan Berry and was originally hosted by Bryan and Matt Ray. Over the years, John Vincent, Brandon Burton, and Mike Fiedler have also served as co-hosts.

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Bryan W. Berry is a software engineer living and working in Bangkok, Thailand. He currently develops decentralized applications for platforms such as Ethereum.

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Matt Ray is the Regional Manager and Solutions Architect for Asia Pacific and Japan at Chef. He currently resides in Sydney, Australia after relocating from Austin, Texas. His current podcast is Software Defined Talk.

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John E. Vincent(Lusis) John E. Vincent is a 17-year veteran of the IT industry and a frequent contributor to the DevOps discussion. He’s done everything from working the help desk to building out data centers. He got officially involved with DevOps in early 2010 and fancies himself a developer in his spare time. John lives with his wife and two sons in Roswell, Georgia. His code lives on GitHub.

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