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Reese Wilson
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Bootstrapping and Secrets Management: solving the chef-vault chicken/egg problem with chef-metal
Intro Automating server creation with Chef can be very satisfying when it works well. It saves time and avoids the need for tedious and repetitive tasks. Distribution of secrets to servers created this way has always been a hassle for me (or insecure, if la...

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Bootstrapping and Secrets Management: solving the chef-vault chicken/egg problem with chef-metal
Intro Automating server creation with Chef can be very satisfying when it works well. It saves time and avoids the need for tedious and repetitive tasks. Distribution of secrets to servers created this way has always been a hassle for me (or insecure, if la...

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Bootstrapping and Secrets Management: solving the chef-vault chicken/egg problem with chef-metal
Intro Automating server creation with Chef can be very satisfying when it works well. It saves time and avoids the need for tedious and repetitive tasks. Distribution of secrets to servers created this way has always been a hassle for me (or insecure, if la...

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testing cloudflare's url redirection

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Thanks for the link to my post in
https://juriansluiman.nl/article/120/using-zend-framework-service-managers-in-your-application

I've updated my post to remove hard-coded dependencies in the form of type-hinting, and multiple unique instantiation is now much easier and more elegant. See http://zendblog.shinymayhem.com/2013/09/using-servicemanager-as-inversion-of.html

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Using the ServiceManager as an Inversion of Control Container (Part 1)
This post supersedes both  Using the ServiceManager as an Inversion of Control Container (Part 1) and  Using the ServiceManager as an Inver...

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