My MacTech was cut a bit short this year and I was really only able to go for the first day. After my talk, I got to see a lot of excellent people and was, as always, excited to see how our industry continues to grow and thrive. I think a lot of people doubted this type of growth would happen a few years ago, with the cancellation of the server hardware by Apple. But it has thrived and from Gothenburg (MacSysAdmin) to Minneapolis (JNUC) to Pennsylvania (PSU MacAdmins) to Los Angeles (MacTech) to San Francisco (WWDC and MacIT), there are more conferences and more people attending those conferences than ever. And all of them increase their game every year. This year, MacTech was bigger and nicer and cooler than ever. I even got a Microsoft Office cert out of it! Good work to Neil and Ed and everyone else involved!!!
Also, AFP548 keeps getting better. Thanks to the good folks at AFP548 for a great writeup of the IT sessions from MacTech Conference in LA. Each day, covered here:
Now that MacTech is done, time to look forward to the next one, MacIT. If you haven’t checked out MacIT or started making arrangements, check it out here
krypted November 11th, 2013
Posted In: Mac OS X Server, Mac Security, Mass Deployment, public speaking
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