We’re always excited to see what take-aways people get from our events. Below, a selection of blog posts written up after last month’s PuppetConf—and one written before, featuring a teaser on how to produce compelling conference content.
“While it remains early days for DevOps in the case of many enterprise organizations, we continue to see and hear signs that devops practices, technologies, ideas and culture are making their way into more and more mainstream enterprise IT shops.”
Read the rest: PuppetConf and the State of DevOps, 451 CHAOS Theory
“When I started at Janrain, I had very little exposure to Puppet and it’s Ruby-ish looking code. Five months later with much help from Janrain Operations “Puppet guru” James Loope, and two days at PuppetConf, I get it.”
Read the rest: Puppet Conference: The First Year, Janrain
“We were inspired to try our own hands at producing edgy, offensive material that would appeal to the sort of young people we’re likely to encounter at PuppetConf.”
Read the rest: Too much time on our hands, Cloudsmith