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The world of Apple is bored with me (or at least I am) and so I think it’s about time for some new blood in the Apple speaker community. I’d be happy to help a few talented MacAdmins get some exposure in whatever way I can. If you’d like any help in preparing a presentation or a proposal, please feel free to reach out! Screen Shot 2015-12-28 at 8.11.29 PM To quote the most excellent organizers of the Penn State MacAdmins conference:
The MacAdmins 2016 Call for Proposals is now open!  We’re looking for engaging, well-crafted sessions and workshops that showcase the latest tools and strategies for managing Macs and iOS devices.  From technical deep dives, case studies, and soft skills, to workflow improvements, tool overviews, and essential admin skills – we want to showcase your knowledge and experience at one of the premier Mac and iOS conferences in the world. If you’d like to present a workshop or conference session, please visit our site below and fill out a proposal: < http://macadmins.psu.edu/conference/submit-proposals/ > Call for Sponsors Interested in sponsoring the MacAdmins Conference in 2016?  Want to get your products and services in the hands of influential Mac and iOS administrators from across the world?  See our information below and become a sponsor! < http://macadmins.psu.edu/conference/sponsorships/ > Save the Date Penn State MacAdmins Conference 2016 will be held June 27-30. Early Bird Registration Details on registration will be released in February!  Stay tuned!
Again, I think it’s time for a whole new generation of speakers, and please feel free to reach out if you’d like to be amongst them and would like a little help getting there!

December 28th, 2015

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  • I was contemplating the possibility of giving a presentation about using Puppet/Simian/Sal but i’m still hashing some stuff out through blog posts so maybe next year (2017)

  • Tony Williams

    If I only had the airfare. Wonder if they’d like “Python for Mac Administrators”? It went down *fairly* well at OS X World.