Chef and RunDeck

April 13, 2014

There's an interesting presentation from a chef conference at http://dev2ops.org/2012/05/using-rundeck-and-chef-to-build-devops-toolchains-at-chefcon/ which covers using a set of open source tools to manage software product development and release.

  • Git - Source code control
  • Ant & Ivy - build tool, dependencies
  • Jenkins or Bamboo - Build orchestration console
  • Artifactory or Nexus ...

Tags: chef rundeck

QCon London 2014 - Extras

March 15, 2014

A few other interesting presentations from QCon. Again, videos are intended for attendees only but should be available publicly over time.

The Lean Pipeline - @Joakim Recht

Jenkins. Thought Gerrit was too complicated so didn't use it. Puppet.

HTML5, Angular.js, Groovy, Java, MongoDB all together - @Trisha Gee

QCon London 2014 - Friday

March 9, 2014

Keynote: The World after Cloud Computing & Big Data - Gunter Dueck

Upgrade your future or be industrialized. T shaped influence. The autistic spectrum. Computer scientists are like cats. Dogs have meetings cats solve problems. Use your other intelligences.

QCon London 2014 - Thursday

March 9, 2014

See also: Wednesday. Video links are designed for conference attendees only, though some will become public over the next few months.

Forty Years of Teams - Tim Lister

If writing code isn't fun, it's time to move on. The Magic Finger. Dead Fish.

QCon London 2014 - Wednesday

March 8, 2014

I've been at QCon in the middle of London for three days this week and wanted to write up the brief notes I made for the talks I went to, to give me a place to start investigating further.

The video links here are only available for attendees, but ...