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DevOps Cafe Episode 35

Interupting everyone's lunch to talk DevOps. 

Last year's live DevOps Cafe at PuppetConf was so much fun that we decided to do it again. For the 2012 edition we decided to focus on the the points of interaction between Puppet users and Puppet Labs... the community and customer exprience. We aren't sure how well we stuck to that topic, but it was a great conversation anyway!



James TurnbullKris BuytaertRichard NewmanKen Barber



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