Every year as October gets closer, I get anxious. I know that at some point, usually toward the end of the month, I will be traveling up to Minneapolis for the JAMF Nation User Conference, JNUC. The conference is located at the Guthrie Theater in downtown, in the Mill district of Minneapolis, right on the Mississippi river. It's one of my favorite locations to go to. The JNUC is one of my favorite conferences to attend. Not just for the great content, but for the relationships that get formed and strengthened there. There are friends at JNUC that I've known for well over 10 years now, just from attending different conferences in the past. It's great to catch up with these friends.
This year was also special because I was presenting there. I had the opportunity to present on imaging in a session titled "Unwrap the Imaging Enigma". It was a wonderful experience, and one that I will repeat again. Giving back to the community by presenting is important for any admin. If you're interested in the slides, you can find them on my GitHub repository.
Now that I've called more attention to this blog, and to myself, I will try to post more relevant content regularly. If there is a topic you'd like to see, just post it in the comments and I'll see if I can come up with something. Or reach out to me on Twitter: @stevewood_tx