I’ll be talking about PyObjC — the Python to Objective-C bridge — at the Mac Admins and Developers UK in February.
Read more here: http://www.amsys.co.uk/2017/01/pyobjc-macaduk2017/
Register here: http://www.macad.uk/buy-passes/
Hope to see you there!
If you attended either my Munki workshop on Tuesday or the AutoPkg and Trust discussion today, thank you! Here are the slides:
Munki workshop: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/8119814/MunkiWorkshop.pdf
Increasing AutoPkg “Trustworthiness”: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/8119814/AutoPkgAndTrustworthiness.pdf
Like many people tasked with managing OS X/macOS machines, I use VMware Fusion to do a lot of testing. Fusion enables me to test in various versions of OS X, and to easily make changes and revert to a prior state. It’s a great tool.
For some of the testing I do, it’s important to be able to quickly and easily build a VM that is configured just like the “real” machines I manage. There are a few way to do that. Since we build our machines by booting into a NetBoot image and using Graham Gilbert’s excellent Imagr (https://github.com/grahamgilbert/imagr) to restore an image, it’s great that we can also boot Fusion VMs from a NetBoot image.
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