Members of the community gather and talk outside the McGuire Proscenium stage. JAMF Software gets an early start to the morning, setting up check-in tables on the first day of the 2012 JAMF Nation User Conference. Members of the community began trickling in early in the morning for some good networking opportunities. Seats filled up quickly Tuesday morning, as members of the JAMF Nation community file in for the opening keynote presentation. We packed a full house with more than double the attendees from last year’s JAMF Nation User Conference. Tad Johnson helps the camera crew test the mic. Day 1 of interviewing – off to a great start! Members of the community shared their knowledge and expertise with us. Zach Halmstad, The JAMF Software Keynote Presentation. One of our sponsors, MentorMate, sets up shop for another fantastic day at the Guthrie. The Proscenium Lobby was your one-stop shop to check out JAMF Software’s 2012 JNUC sponsors and get all your support questions answered. What more could one need? John Wetter and Sid Voss, Managing Apps as Consumables Presentation. The Help Desk was busy solving all of our needs during the JNUC. Arek Sokol, Extension Attributes in Sheep’s Clothing Presentation. Jamie Bolseth, App Development for System Administrators Presentation. Miles Leacy, Dusty Dorey, and Tom Larkin, Stump the Chumps: Scripts and Packages Presentation. A hungry crowd lines up for the first day of lunch at the 2012 JAMF Nation User Conference. Are those corn muffins?! Oh yes. We decided to shake things up a bit – this is not your average brown-bag lunch. Tables filled up in the Level 5 Cafe as attendees broke for lunch, networking, and story sharing. We caught up with old friends who had traveled from afar. Got a question? Cam Evjen’s got an answer (and your back). Ryan Yohnk, and Jody Rogers, An Introduction to Software ID Tags Presentation. LisaAnne Walk, Finding Answers: Documentation and Other Resources for the Casper Suite Administrator Presentation. Dusty Dorey, and Matt Fjerstad, What’s with All the Certs? An Introduction to Certificates in the JSS Presentation. The JAMF Software professional services team was ready to answer any and all questions thrown their way. Personally, we think Wisconsin cows make the best milk for cheese curds, but we’re not one to be picky. All travelers are welcome here. Marko Jung, The College Challenge: Mac Management at the University of Oxford Presentation. Emmanuel Gómez Verardo, and Paul Gibbons, Normalizing a Worldwide Apple Deployment Presentation. Tom Larkin, Killer Ninja Script Monkey 101: Introduction to Bash Scripting Presentation. Brett Jacob, Robert DeRosa, and Nick Amundsen, Utilizing the JSS API Presentation. Quade Boman, Don Montalvo, and Jonathan Spiva, Scaling the JSS: Going Beyond the Small Enterprise Environment Presentation. Attendees took a quick break on the Guthrie Theater’s Endless Bridge balcony, which overlooks the mighty Mississippi River. Tim Perfitt, Dual-Boot Configurations with OS X and Windows Presentation. Miles Leacy and Tom Larkin, Script Dojo: Bigger, Better, Faster, More! Presentation. We never miss an opportunity to meet new friends – or check in with our iPads or iPhones. Ryan Yohnk and Matt Fjerstad, Respect My Authority! Advanced Certificates in the JSS Presentation. Arek Sokol and Andrew Seago, CrashPlan PROe: Endpoint Device Backup for the Enterprise Presentation. Taking in the view atop the Guthrie Theater. Setting up for another great day of interviewing our friends. Before the day began, we took in the scenery and caught up with new found friends. The Minneapolis Stone Arch Bridge creates a picturesque backdrop for the 2012 JAMF Nation User Conference. JAMF Software employees gathered early in the morning to prepare for another great day of presentations. Attendees begin to filter in to the Wurtele Thrust Stage for the morning’s keynote presentation. Jake Mosey, The JAMF Nation Keynote Presentation. Matt Schalk, Deployment Strategies for OS X Mountain Lion Presentation. Rain may have fallen on our windowpanes, but spirits remained high inside the Guthrie Theather. Sean Lawson and John Miller, Imaging Made Easy with the Casper Suite Presentation. Mauricio Trigueros, Carlos Capo, and Dustin Elg, Deploying Parallels Desktop for Mac Across Multimedia Environments Presentation. Jody Rodgers and Jason Wudi, Does It Take a Ninja Or a Zen Monk to Manage Adobe Products? Presentation. Hot food awaits 2012 JAMF Nation User Conference attendees. We were ready for a hot meal after an electrifying morning of presentations! Even after his presentation, Does It Take a Ninja Or a Zen Monk to Manage Adobe Products?, Jody Rodgers keeps Wudi in a fit of giggles. After lunch, attendees caught up with old friends – or made new ones. No rest for the weary. After some lunch – and before the beginning of the next session – some JAMF Software team members catch up on the day’s work. - See more at: http://www.jamfsoftware.com/latest/jnuc-photo-gallery#sthash.DFSkMWxH.dpuf Johannes Henkel, Extension Attributes: Innovative Solutions from Custom Data Collection Presentation. Joshua Tidsbury, Casper Suite on Rails: Accessing and Processing Your Data via APIs and Database Access Presentation. Jens Ahrens, Using the Casper Suite at Axel Springer Presentation. JNUC: Photo Gallery November 1, 2012 Posted in: JAMF Nation User Conference Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email What happens when 700 IT professionals collide in Minneapolis? Greatness ensues. We’ve put together a photo gallery to illustrate the happenings at the 2012 JAMF Nation User Conference.