Archive for category: Conferences

Off-Season Episode, Live from the Penn State Mac Admins Conference

Interrupting the offseason, here’s a discussion we recorded between Tim Perfitt and Dave Test, live at the 2014 Penn State Mac Admins Conference. Tim gives a little background about how iBeacon and Passbook were utilized at the conference, and Dave talks about the integration between them and the impossible-to-pronounce sched.org. Hope this […]

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PSU MacAdmins 2014 Slides

Thanks to all the great presenters at PSU MacAdmins this year and @frogor (Michael Lynn) on twitter, here is a partial list of presenter slides that were posted to Twitter under the #psumac hashtag:   Modular Image Creation Beyond the Thunderdome: Managing OS X without OS X Automate yourself out […]

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Looking Forward to MacTech Conference 2014

Looking Forward to MacTech Conference 2014

It’s hard to believe, but the fifth, yes the fifth, annual MacTech conference will be held this year in Los Angeles, CA at the beautiful Manhattan Beach Marriott from November 5th-7th, with a full day of pre-conference workshops occurring on November 4th. I’ve been fortunate enough to have been able […]

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Penn State MacAdmins 2014 Call for Proposals

Have experience on a Mac or iOS system administrator topic and want to share? We are looking for engaging, well-crafted sessions that showcase the latest tools and strategies for managing Macs and iOS devices. If you are interested in the opportunity to present a session or two, please submit your […]

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MacTech Conference 2013 Wrapup

MacTech Conference 2013 Wrapup

MacTech Conference 2013 has concluded for the year with the last session ending around 5pm on Friday. The conference ended strong with many great IT/Dev track sessions in the morning and several general sessions in the afternoon. Tom Bridge’s session on Hacking your Users was a fantastic look at how […]

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MacTech Conference 2013 (Day 2)

MacTech Conference 2013 (Day 2)

Day two of the MacTech conference was packed with sessions and activities from start to finish. The morning started with breakfast and a vendor sponsored session. The first speaker of the morning was Peter Hosey, discussing Great User Interfaces. This session discussed the Philosophy behind good user design and specific things […]

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Notes from Security: Making Mavericks Work for You!

Slides https://developer.apple.com/library/mac/documentation/Darwin/Reference/ManPages/man1/security.1.html

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MacTech Conference 2013 (Day 1)

MacTech Conference 2013 (Day 1)

MacTech 2013 kicked off today at the Manhatten Beach Marriot in Los Angeles, CA. The first joint session started with a few announcements regarding MacTech Bootcamp III which is coming in 2014 with all new curriculum and taking place in 9 cities. Also announced were the dates for MacTech 2014, […]

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JAMF Nation User Conference 2013 (Day 1)

JAMF Nation User Conference 2013 (Day 1)

If you’ve been following the #JNUC twitter hashtag you’ll know that the first morning of the 2013 JNUC has been a busy one! Chip Pearson, CEO and Managing Director of JAMF Software, started off the morning with a captivating keynote. This is my 3rd year attending the JNUC and in […]

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MacTech Special Events

MacTech Special Events

The Tesla Experience MacTech Conference has always been all about the experience. And, this year is no different. We want you to experience new things, admire the awesomeness of other people’s work, and be able to discuss that with your fellow tech. An amazing example is Tesla — not just […]

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