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I manage several open source projects. Need...
   ...package management for Windows?
   ...automated builds?
   ...database change management (migrations)?
   ...your application to check email?
   ...a monitoring utility?

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March 2016 Entries

Bash on Windows–What it Means for Chocolatey
Microsoft announced the most amazing thing at //build/ yesterday, Bash on Windows 10. Not some sort of VM or container, but running native ELF binaries on Windows under an Ubuntu subsystem. Let me say that again slowly. Windows running native Linux binaries. Not recompiled. Go read http://blog.dustinkirkland.... I’ll wait. :) Linux geeks can think of it sort of the inverse of "wine" -- Ubuntu binaries running natively in Windows. Microsoft calls it their "Windows Subsystem ......

Posted On Thursday, March 31, 2016 5:05 PM | Comments (1) | Filed Under [ chocolatey ]

Celebrating 5 Years With Chocolatey!
Chocolatey turned 5 years old recently! I committed the first lines of Chocolatey code on March 22, 2011. At that time I never imagined that Chocolatey would grow into a flourishing community and a tool that is widely used by individuals and organizations to help automate the wild world of Windows software. It's come a long way since I first showed off early versions of Chocolatey to some friends for feedback. Over the last 2 years things have really taken off! The number of downloads has really ......

Posted On Monday, March 28, 2016 10:56 AM | Comments (1) | Filed Under [ Personal ProjectManagement gems NuGet chocolatey Puppet ]

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