This has been mostly updated (on GitHub) for clarity and some enhancement, but also in newer…
Joseph D. Marhee

Actually decided to go with terraform after all, it’s just the way they describe default way of working with it is not my style. I prefer to hardcode all those variables for ssh keys and fingerprints, as I use my one ssh key with password everywhere, which is how ssh designed to be used anyway. Thanks for the link to pluralsight that tutorial is a bliss. Now after I’ve learned to provision DO droplets with terraform, I can follow step by step of that free video cource and finish terraform config manually.

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