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Bryan Berry
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Just call me Mr. Mxyzptlk
Just call me Mr. Mxyzptlk

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Let's make CLI Tools less Shitty with CREST
Alternate Title:  The Bash Programmers Shall Inherit the Earth I have recently come to the conclusion that the future of configuration management is not Ruby, Python, or a putrified YAML DSL but it is Bash and PowerShell. My thinking largely stems from the ...

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Let's make CLI Tools less Shitty with CREST
Alternate Title:  The Bash Programmers Shall Inherit the Earth I have recently come to the conclusion that the future of configuration management is not Ruby, Python, or a putrified YAML DSL but it is Bash and PowerShell. My thinking largely stems from the ...

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Let's make CLI Tools less Shitty
Alternate Title:  The Bash Programmers Shall Inherit the Earth I have recently come to the conclusion that the future of configuration management is not Ruby, Python, or a putrified YAML DSL but it is Bash and PowerShell. My thinking largely stems from the ...

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Why I am excited about Habitat
Last week, Chef Inc. announced Habitat a new tool for packaging and deploying applications. It is hard for me to overstate how excited I am about this new project. Let's start w/ a little backstory. I have been involved with the Chef community since ~ 2010 ...

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What if CLI Tools had ReSTful APIs?
Lately I have been working with Azure's new Resource Management (ARM) API and been quite impressed by its behavior. Mind you, many other ReSTful APIs may behave similarly but Azure's is the first I have had similar experience with. A neat aspect of Azure's ...

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Scala meet DevOps, DevOps meet Scala
It's embarrassing that I haven't blogged in over 2 years. Let's hope I can change. In the last time we spoke , I had begun learning Java. Things haven't gone exactly as planned. I got diverted from that plan and spent quite a bit of time becoming reacquaint...

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You Should Start a Technical Podcast
In summer of 2010, my wife and I moved from a Kathmandu, Nepal, where I had worked for a kickass technology startup to Rome, Italy, a city with practically no technology scene at all. We had moved for the sake of my wife's career with the United Nations. Pr...

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