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Chef Hack Day

Opscode instructors will be presenting a free morning of introductory Chef training, transitioning to an afternoon Hack Day for Chef users of all skill levels. The morning session will cover Chef fundamentals; introducing new users to concepts and how to get started with Chef. Bring your workstation (please see requirements below) and after lunch, we'll help the new users explore hands-on introductory materials while inviting anyone who wants to come talk about Chef and hack on cookbooks or anything else, join in!

 

WORKSTATION REQUIREMENTS:

 

Attendees should bring a wifi-enabled laptop to the workshop. The following operating systems have been tested as workstation systems with the hands on exercises:
Ubuntu 10.04, 12.04
Mac OS X 10.7.3
Windows 7
Other platforms and platform versions may work without modification. Due to time constraints we will not be able to troubleshoot issues with unlisted platforms.
Attendees should install non-Chef required software before the workshop starts.
SSH/SCP (OpenSSH, puTTY/WinSCP or equivalent)
Programer's text editor (Vi/Vim, Emacs, Sublime Text 2 or equivalent)
On Unix/Linux/OS X systems:
C/C++ compiler, build environment (build-essential, Xcode, or platform equivalent).
If Chef is not already installed, use Opscode's Full Stack Chef installer.

 

Time: 
Friday, February 22, 2013 - 13:30 to 18:00

Chef Training Workshop

Limited to 25 Students. Advanced registration required.

Opscode instructors will be presenting a free morning of introductory Chef training, transitioning to an afternoon Hack Day for Chef users of all skill levels. The morning session will cover Chef fundamentals; introducing new users to concepts and how to get started with Chef. Bring your workstation (please see requirements below) and after lunch, we'll help the new users explore hands-on introductory materials while inviting anyone who wants to come talk about Chef and hack on cookbooks or anything else, join in!

 

WORKSTATION REQUIREMENTS:

 

Attendees should bring a wifi-enabled laptop to the workshop. The following operating systems have been tested as workstation systems with the hands on exercises:
Ubuntu 10.04, 12.04
Mac OS X 10.7.3
Windows 7
Other platforms and platform versions may work without modification. Due to time constraints we will not be able to troubleshoot issues with unlisted platforms.
Attendees should install non-Chef required software before the workshop starts.
SSH/SCP (OpenSSH, puTTY/WinSCP or equivalent)
Programer's text editor (Vi/Vim, Emacs, Sublime Text 2 or equivalent)
On Unix/Linux/OS X systems:
C/C++ compiler, build environment (build-essential, Xcode, or platform equivalent).
If Chef is not already installed, use Opscode's Full Stack Chef installer.

Time: 
Sunday, February 24, 2013 - 15:00 to 17:30

NodeStack

The best open source stack for building and deploying your app is nodestack: the combination of SmartOSnode.js, and MongoDB.

That’s a tall claim, but this day-long tutorial, led by Joyent's Max Bruning and Brendan Gregg, and Shaun Verch of MongoDB, will tell you why it’s so - and then let you try it for yourself. By the end of the day you’ll be up and running on a complimentary Joyent SmartMachine in the Joyent cloud, with hands-on help from experts.

You’ll be able to keep using your SmartMachine for free for a month, giving you time to fully test for yourself the power of nodestack!

Time: 
Friday, February 22, 2013 - 10:00 to 17:00
Room: