113 RR - DevOps with Nathen Harvey

Ruby Rogues Picks - Episode 113 : July 10, 2013

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    PeepCode

    Meet Chef (Part 1 of 2) Preview Download Free Preview For many years, server administration was a grueling, manual process. It was one area of computer science that hadn't caught up to the agile, iterative techniques of software development. Thanks to Chef, you can now automate your server deployments with the same confidence with which you run your unit tests.

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    Escalating complexity: DevOps learnings from Air France 447 - Lindsay Holmwood - MountainWest RubyConf 2013

    On June 1, 2009 Air France 447 crashed into the Atlantic ocean killing all 228 passengers and crew.

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    21 Jokes Only Nerds Will Understand

    Or people with questionable senses of humor. This post was made from a Reddit thread that asked users what the most intellectual joke they knew was.

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    The Ship Show

    For episode 0×20, we sit down with Bay Area improvisation trainer Chris Sams. Chris works with all sorts of organizations, including software development companies, teaching their teams in the art of applied improvisation.

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    The Phoenix Project: The Book About IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win - IT Revolution Books

    "A must-read for anyone wanting to transform their IT to enable the business to win. Told through an absorbing story that is impossible to put down, the authors teach the essential lessons in an accessible way. Every business leader and IT professional should read this book!"

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    Elixir

    Elixir is a functional, meta-programming aware language built on top of the Erlang VM. It is a dynamic language with flexible syntax and macro support that leverages Erlang's abilities to build concurrent, distributed and fault-tolerant applications with hot code upgrades.

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    YAML.rb is YAML for Ruby | Cookbook

    Welcome to the Yaml Cookbook for Ruby. This version of the Yaml Cookbook focuses on the Ruby implementation of Yaml by comparing Yaml documents with their Ruby counterparts. YAML( tm) is a readable text format for data structures. As you'll see below, YAML can handle many common data types and structures.

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    Flash Point: Fire Rescue

    The call comes in... "911, what is your emergency?" On the other end is a panicked response of "FIRE!" Moments later you don the protective suits that will keep you alive, gather your equipment and rush to the scene of a blazing inferno.

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    Ridiculous Fishing - A Tale of Redemption

    Opening the iTunes Store. If iTunes doesn't open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop. Progress Indicator iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection. We are unable to find iTunes on your computer.

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    Spaceteam

    Read reviews, get customer ratings, see screenshots, and learn more about Spaceteam on the App Store. Download Spaceteam and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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    What I do at my job

    Wheedle-DEET. "Hello," said the program I wrote, "It is 10:17pm. The iPhone server is dead." I write programs. Making servers go is not my problem. But that doesn't mean I can't write programs to watch servers and let me know when they stop going. I stared at the message burning on my phone in...

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    Opscode Learn Chef

    This series will prepare key development, engineering, and operations staff to use Chef. Each of the core units in the course has hands on exercises to reinforce the material. You will learn Chef by using it.

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    Chef

    Use Chef to quickly deliver product and services and adapt to shifts in the market. Automation means that you can set up your infrastructure with the push of a few buttons. Be ready to deploy new features in minutes rather than days.

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    [Screencast] Faster Rails test runs...with Unix!

    Published on June 19, 2013 by Jesse Storimer Anybody who works on a moderate size Rails app can probably tell you: it takes forever to run a single test. I've definitely experienced this with some of the big Rails projects I've worked on, and it sucks! Goodbye productivity.

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