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Mastering Chef Provisioning by Earl Waud

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What else do you need?

You will need just a few more things to round out your workstation toolbox. First, you will want to make sure that you have your favorite text editor and have it configured to integrate with Chef. Next, since you are creating infrastructure code, you really must use a source code control system. I don't want to give anything away on that topic yet but … Git Git Git! Then, you will want to add a hypervisor to your workstation to deploy test nodes. Finally, you'll want to add Vagrant to manage those test nodes. So, let's take a look at these finishing touches for your workstation.

Using your favorite editor

Everyone has their favorite text editor. For a lot of people that editor is Sublime Text, but there are many other choices ...

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