Abstract: Have you ever wrote code that worked when you wrote it, but failed when it went to QA? Or staging? Or production? Learning how to build a high quality development environment is a serious undertaking and will involve a lot of trial and error — unless you come to this talk. Having spent the better part of the last year prepping, implementing, rolling out, maintaining, stabilizing, and growing a large scale development environment platform, I will show you the ropes. The real secret to building a system everyone can love: it’s all about making eggs, not bacon.
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Be sure to check out the other talk I gave at Midwest PHP about how to implement a multi-guest environment using Vagrant and Puppet: Stabilize your environment, stabilize your code.