I attended my first JNUC ten years ago. Every year, I brought new ideas and concepts back home, tweaked them, and made them my own.
Standing on the shoulders of giants: What I’ve stolen from JNUCs past
I attended my first JNUC ten years ago. It was an amazing experience! Every session was full of new ideas, techniques, and skills to master.
Over the years my skills (and certifications) with Jamf grew. Each JNUC there were few new skills learned, but often a number of new ideas and ways of looking at things, including, but not limited to:
- "Getting Users to Do Your Job (Without Them Knowing It)" by Andrina Kelly - 2013
- "Add Pop and Practicality with a Clean User Interface" by Arek Sokol and Jason Borchardt - 2014
- "Moving Beyond "Once Per Computer" Workflows" by Bill Smith - 2017
- "Using "Reverse Extension Attributes" to Improve macOS Patching" by Dan Hoffman - 2018
Every year, I brought new ideas and concepts back home, tweaked them, and made them my own. And dare I say... improved them a little.
Now it's been ten years since my first JNUC and it's time for a little Hollywood reboot of these great classics and see how much further I have seen (and so can you) by standing on the shoulders of these giants.