Holy crap that was a great conference. It took a couple of days to recover, but I think it went really well.
I taught Practitioner Sat-Mon, had a workshop Tuesday, then I did session operator duty on Wednesday. In between, I attended a couple of talks and sat at the Walk-In Clinic dispensing advice. I had much more fun than I should have, but there it is.
Here, have some links:
My workshop Github repo
I attended Jeff McCune’s talk about using Puppet with containers. Here’s his repo.
Day 1 wrap-up with great tweets
Day 2 wrap-up with tweets
PuppetConf 2014 talk proposals are due March 18. My apologies, I confused this with the deadline for employee proposal submissions.
The deadline for signing up to talk at PuppetConf 2014 is tomorrow. I have registered to do a beginner’s talk regarding new user confusion. I’ll post more about it if/when my talk is approved.
Last year’s PuppetConf was informative, interesting, and a lot of fun. If you get into Puppet at all, I recommend either getting your talk in now, or registering to attend. There’s a 35% off deal right now, which puts the conference at a much cheaper price than a lot of technical conferences.