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I’m speaking at LISA 2013, the “Large Installation System Administration” conference. This conference runs all week in Washington. I’ll be giving two talks during the week, and attending at least one BOF.
My first talk is on Monday during the Gluster Community Day. I’ll be speaking about puppet-gluster, and giving a live demo. I’ll be showing some new features too. If you’d like to talk more about puppet-gluster, or want to attend the talk, give me a shout, or sign up at the above Gluster Community Day link.
On Tuesday, I’ll be giving a talk during Puppet Camp DC. My talk will be about “Pushing Puppet (to the limit)”. I’ve prepared lots of fun puppet hacks, and live demos, so I expect you’ll thoroughly enjoy this.
I’ve got lots of technical hacks, and great code that I’ve published lately, but that I haven’t blogged about yet. If you follow along with my git commits, you’ll be able to figure out most of it, but I’ve got a bunch of articles coming anyways.
Thanks to John Mark and RedHat for sponsoring my trip, Dawn Foster and Kara Sowles for organizing my Puppet talk and Hilary Hartman at USENIX for helping me register.
PS: If you’re at LISA 2013, and you want to buy me dinner and get some light Puppet or Gluster consulting, contact me! You can also give me a shout if you just want to talk tech. If anyone wants to meet up and hack on things, please let me know too.
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