Tyler Bird If you're into DevOps, have I got a blog for you... hint: it's this one.

Use Git to Deploy Jekyll

I chose Jekyll to help develop new articles because after setting up a few simple requirements the server can be configured to host the website. And then delpoyed to via git. I’ll show you how in this article.

Building a Vagrant Box from Start to Finish

The goal of Vagrant is to make it so simple to create a local development environment, you’d never want to do it another way again. With two simple commands you can quickly setup your first vagrant environment and with a third command, be connected into your first vagrant box in under a few minutes.

Integrate Two-Factor GitHub with RubyMine

So you want to have both Security and Integrity. You want to keep your two factor authentication from GitHub and you want your RubyMine version control to authenticate.

Capistrano: A Three act play in multistage deployment strategies

These slides were given at a presentation to the Utah Ruby User Group in October of 2012. Follow along to learn about how to grow from a single stage deploy to a multistage deploy in a matter of minutes with Capistrano.

Build a Chef Solo Development Environment with Vagrant

In August of 2012 I presented to the Utah Ruby User’s Group a straighforward way to use Vagrant to setup a local development environment to build chef recipes.