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New Research Reveals Notable Economic Influence of Developers in Business and Society

Survey from Chef Shows Majority of Software Developers Feel Empowered to Experiment and Will Be a Revolutionary Influence in the Next Five Years SEATTLE – April 14, 2014 – Chef, the leader in web-scale IT automation, today released results from

Companies Must Re-Build and Re-Design Their Businesses to Automate

I’m continuing my blog series on enterprise IT being too slow for business today. There are no half measures when it comes to automating a company’s technology. This post explains why. Automation is a prerequisite for success today. There is

Betting on Open – A #ChefConf Panel Discussion

New this year for our third annual #ChefConf is a panel we hope all of you will join us for at 4 pm (PT) in the Seacliff room. Check out the details: Making a Bet on Open – A Panel

Companies Need to Change How They Change

After a slight delay, I’m continuing my blog series on why Enterprise IT is too slow for business today and how we solve this problem. The real business challenge in this, the second decade of the 21st century, is moving

#ChefConf Talk Spotlight: “Hunting the DevOps Whale in Large Enterprises” by Justin Arbuckle of GE Capital

We’re now two weeks away from #ChefConf 2014 and super excited to see so many Awesome Chefs come together. Continuing our spotlight on #ChefConf talks, this post profiles a very special look into a segment of one of the world’s

DevOps for developers w/Chef [Part V] (Guest Blog Series)

We’re continuing Michael Hüttermann’s guest blog series on DevOps and its ability to streamline software development and delivery. Part Five details setting up infrastructure with Chef. Setting up infrastructures, with Chef and friends Setup and maintenance of infrastructure were automated

#ChefConf Talk Spotlight: “Pursuing New Ideas in a Large Enterprise” by Target’s Jeff Einhorn

The steady march to #ChefConf (April 15-17 in San Francisco) continues with another spotlight on one of the many tremendous presentations that will go down at our third annual shindig. Jeff Einhorn, Target’s Group Manager for Infrastructure Strategy & Architecture,

DevOps for developers w/Chef [Part IV] (Guest Blog Series)

We’re continuing Michael Hüttermann’s guest blog series on DevOps and its ability to streamline software development and delivery. Part Four covers DevOps misunderstandings. Some DevOps misunderstandings There are some common misunderstandings about DevOps. Some people think DevOps strives for new

Party on (and on and on) @ #ChefConf!

We’ve already lined up a tremendous group of speakers and trainings for #ChefConf 2014 in San Francisco, April 15-17, and we’re looking forward to seeing the whole Chef Community out in force. Of course, keynotes, sessions, trainings, and such are

#ChefConf Talk Spotlight: “Chef @ Scale – Patterns for Success” from Yahoo

The countdown to #ChefConf continues as we spotlight the many Awesome Chefs presenting at the show, which takes place April 15-17 in San Francisco. Today we’re highlighting a presentation that focuses on something we hear a lot in association with

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