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Tuesday, September 23 • 4:20pm - 5:00pm
A Practical Guide to Modules - Lauren Rother, Puppet Labs & Morgan Haskel, Puppet Labs

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Presenter: Lauren Rother
Co-Presenter: Morgan Haskel

Lauren Rother, Technical Writer, and Morgan Haskel, Module Engineer, will go through best practices for Puppet modules. Using the Beginner's Guide to Modules, the Advanced Guide to Modules, and a real live module that Ashley built for those docs, they will demonstrate with humor and aplomb the best ways to plan, build, and present your modules to the Puppet community via the Forge.

The talk will include sneak peeks into the in-the-works updated Style Guide, tips from the Module Contribution guide, and how to get your module supported by Puppet Labs.

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Morgan Haskel

Module Engineer, Puppet Labs
Morgan Haskel is recreating the Portland lifestyle in the Midwest. She's been a Module Engineer at Puppet Labs since April, and before that she'd been using Puppet for over four years, largely as a system administrator. When she isn't building stellar modules, you can find her biking many miles, cooking delicious vegan fare, curling like a boss (or Canadian), and hanging out with her cats.
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Lauren Rother

Technical Writer, Puppet Labs
Lauren Rother divides up her time between playing ukulele with her band, collecting records, throwing dance parties, and writing reviews of local music events around Portland. She's been a writer for 10 years and has been writing with Puppet Labs since October 2012. When she isn't writing best practices, you can find her working on module READMEs or talking philosophy with Nigel Kersten.


Tuesday September 23, 2014 4:20pm - 5:00pm
Salon 4-6 Lower B2