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ragnarkon/README.md

👋 Hi, I'm Bryan Woolsey, aka: @ragnarkon


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I'm a Technology Engineer specializing in configuration management. Currently, that includes a lot of Puppet and Terraform, but I'm familiar with most of the popular configuration management tools.

My original plan in life was to something in the electrical engineering field. That didn't really work out as intended, so instead I tend to spend much of my free time playing with all things hardware. Build computers, play with embedded systems, program FPGAs, etc. But I also dabble in web development (Rails) and am currently learning Golang. It's a work-in-progress, but I'm getting there.


🧰 Toolbox

Ruby AWS Puppet TerraformVimApple


📕 Latest Articles


:octocat: Notable Repositories

Unfortunately most of the repositories I work on a daily basis are private. But on the rare occasion I am able to post something open source and it's something I think will be useful, I'll post it below.

Popular repositories

  1. Forked from Homebrew/homebrew-cask

    🍻 A CLI workflow for the administration of macOS applications distributed as binaries

    Ruby

  2. Forked from puppetlabs/homebrew-puppet

    A tap for OSX package distribution without bureaucracy

    Ruby 1

  3. Forked from puppetlabs/pupperware

    Container fun time lives here.

    Shell

  4. Forked from puppetlabs/puppetlabs-puppet_agent

    Module for managing Puppet-Agent

    Ruby

  5. Hiera 5 Rspec demo

    Ruby

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