I’ll be attending and speaking at the following upcoming Mac admin conferences:
June 5-6, 2017, Vancouver, Canada. An intimate conference, focused on more technical aspects of managing and operating a Mac environment. And it doesn’t get dark until after 10pm. Trippy! If you didn’t get a ticket for WWDC, join us in Vancouver!
PSU Mac Admins
July 11-14, 2017, State College, PA, USA. A large, multitrack conference with sessions for beginners to experts. Lots of EDU content. Don’t forget to visit the Berkey Creamery!
October 3-6, 2017, Gothenburg, Sweden. A medium-size conference in one of the most welcoming cities in Europe. Sessions for beginners to experts, and lots of social events outside the regular conference hours.
Tickets are still available for all three conferences!
The slides from my talk this week at Mac Admin and Developers UK Conference are here: https://github.com/gregneagle/macaduk2017/blob/master/Slides.pdf
If you will be attending my session at MacADUK 2017, you might find it useful to have copies of the sample Python code and scripts I’ll be talking about and demonstrating.
I’ve set up a GitHub repo. The sample code is basically complete, but I might make some minor changes over the next several days.
You can download the code samples here: https://github.com/gregneagle/macaduk2017/archive/master.zip
or if you are familiar with Git, you can clone them locally:
git clone https://github.com/gregneagle/macaduk2017.git
Hope to see you in London!
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