ChefConf 2017 Certification
Chef Certification for ChefConf 2017 Participants
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ChefConf 2017 will be held May 22-24 in Austin, TX. This is a great opportunity to join a very engaged group of practitioners interested in learning and sharing all things automation and DevOps. And it is also a good time to get started towards becoming a Certified Chef Developer.
Click here to go to the ChefConf registration page. And remember to select the check box indicating interest in certification exams when registering for the conference.
Take a look at the badge scoping documents linked below to learn what is covered in the exams.
These free exams are only available to those attending ChefConf 2017 and only if the exam is completed onsite at the conference.
Either the Extending Chef or Deploying Cookbooks badge can be the third and final exam for achieving Certified Chef Developer status.
Recommended skill building and learning resources
https://training.chef.io/catalog - Instructor led training
https://training.chef.io/elearning/basic-chef-fluency---provided-by-linux-academy/ - Basic Chef Fluency course from Linux Academy
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uJatZZbnjJE - Chef Automate Overview video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DadjX_0z3wc - Available Chef learning resources
https://learn.chef.io/tutorials - Free Chef tutorials
https://learn.chef.io - All Chef skill building content
The lab setups are excellent and allow the class to focus on the training objectives. It was a great way to get hands on experience with Compliance in one day.
I don't usually like online training, but this training was great and Eric is really good, well-organized, and in control. The way he engaged each participants is amazing, and how he troubleshoot issues.
this is a great class, with great content and mentor
Robin Beck provided an excellent training: he was very knowledgeable and held a very comprehensive two day training session!
Excellent information presented by an experienced practitioner and an excellent presenter.
Even though I've been using Chef for three years, I found this class immensely useful; not only did it allow me to examine and compare my current practices to those presented in the training, but I learned several new techniques for using Chef tools.
I will recommend this class to my organization as one of the more complete solutions to on boarding new Chef users.