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The stage is set, as JAMF Nation User Conference 2015 kicks off with the JAMF Software Keynote.

Preparing the scene to record sessions during the JNUC.

The audience fills the Wurtele Thrust theater before the opening keynote.

The JAMF Nation Global Foundation team talks with an attendee about some of the community initiatives JAMF has had an opportunity to support.

Between sessions, attendees socialize, network, and find moments to continue supporting users in their organizations.

The Guthrie Theater offers amazing panoramic views from all angles.

The lobby of the Guthrie Theater buzzes with excitement as IT administrators from around the world arrived.

Attendees enjoy the great fall weather, playing Kubb in Gold Medal Park during a break.

The registration desks are ready bright and early, welcoming new and old faces from around the world.

Attendees travel from around the world, representing 5 continents, 20+ countries, and 45+ U.S. states.

JAMF Nation User Conference 2015 Day 1: A Photo Recap

As the buzz once agains fills the Guthrie Theater for the 2015 JAMF Nation User Conference, we'd be remiss if we didn't recognize the hardy souls that rose at dawn to participate in the JNUC 5K. With everyone across the finish line—and a large cheering squad supporting—day two was off and running

In case you missed it, yesterday's opening day of the JNUC welcomed hundreds of Apple IT administrators as the annual tradition of freely sharing Apple IT information and best practices kicked off. The sessions were packed with a ton of insight from a wide range of organizations, represented by administrators from large and small school districts to global companies to universities. The common thread was enabling Apple technologies at scale, and the practices were varied and highly creative.

As the sessions finished up, the crowd dispersed to explore the Minneapolis night life and attend Mini Events, like the well-attended MacBrained gathering at Day Block Brewing Company. Social media buzzed into the wee hours, as night owls continued the conversation.

Get ready for day two.