For the July Dallas Apple Meetup I did a talk on macOS preferences and profiles. My slide deck, scripts, and reference links to all the tools I used in the talk can be found below:
Last week, I was in Vancouver for MacDevOpsYVR. I highly recommend watching the conference talks when they are posted online.
10.13.4 is now live! With this release we get the final form of User-Accepted Mobile Device Management (UAMDM) or at least a more polished version.
Have you ever just wanted to see all the wireless networks around you? Apple
provides quite a few tools to help do this out of the box including a really
nice command line tool called
airport. But what if there was more…
Apple releases new macOS betas pretty frequently and you test all of those betas, right? Well what if I told you there are some features you can’t test. Not because you don’t want to but because Apple doesn’t give you the tools.
I recently ran into a really awesome ruby project for creating Github Changelog files automatically. These files make it very easy for community members to quickly get up to speed and follow the development process of a project.