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Case Study For Chef: chef-study on GitHub

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Case Study For Chef: chef-study on GitHub

This collected Chef experience, now available on GitHub, was compiled to help Chef users sharpen their skills and provide resources on specific use cases.

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Attention, Chef users. I’ve exported my Chef experience to GitHub.

No overwhelming info. Less frustration. It starts with real and specific requirements. From easy to difficult, step-by-step.

You need to hire Chef candidates? Apply for Chef jobs? Or simply sharpen your Chef skills at work?

Take five minutes and check it out now: chef-study.

Please let me know what you think so I can better help you and your case.

GitHub Repo chef-study: Case Study For Chef

Compared to CM(conf mgmt) tools, docker is more popular now. Yes, I know.

Among CM tools, Ansible is more popular now. Yes, I know.

But lots of companies are still using Chef.

It took me quite a while to get comfortable with Chef, so why not export my Chef experience in a good way.

A "good way?" What does that mean?

  1. No bullshit. No buzz words. No overwhelming info.
  2. Everything is on GitHub. Totally free and open.
  3. Real scenarios and real requirements. Try to avoid fake ones.
  4. Step-by-step, scenario-by-scenario. Yes, so-called from dummies to pros.

Here is the GitHub repo: chef-study.

Check it out! Hope you can benefit from or be inspired by it.

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