Mike Lynn joins Mat, Shania & JD on the podcast to discuss scripting in python and swift, setting up Minecraft servers, and the Nintendo Switch.
Java Minecraft Server
Swift Playgrounds for macOS
Ashton Rodenhiser of Mind’s Eye Creative Consulting joins Mat X and JD to talk Graphic Recording, Visual Thinking, and Graphic Facilitation.
Visual Thinking workshop at MDOYVR 2020
Graphic recording MDOYVR 2019
On this episode, Mat and JD chat with Harry Seeber, a Client Platform Engineer from Gusto.
Terminal Shortcuts (that also work in most cocoa/swift apps)
CPE Open Source https://github.com/Gusto/it-cpe-opensource/
Tim Sutton joins Mat, Shania, and JD to talk about giving back to the community, getting involved in projects, and watching them grow into a life of their own.
WWDC 2019 – Advances in macOS Security
This week, Alex Narvey, from Precursor joins Mat and JD to talk about Munki, and Munki report.
Munki self service
18 year no pants streak
Mac mini DevOps
Redundant Array of Independent Servers
Getting Started with Munki
Tom Bridge – Munki in a Box & Munki in a Cloud
Please note that we recorded this episode prior to the decision to take MDOYVR on-line for 2020.
Joel Rennich joins Mat, Shania & JD to talk Linda Tripp, being an AP reporter, and how that brings us to virtual Hack-a-thon-ing at MacDevOps.
MDS – Mac Deploy Stick
MacAdmins Slack – Stats Page
This week Mat and JD chat with Thomas Reed of Malwarebytes about conferencing app security, malware, and generally making your Mac more secure. With the Zoom zero-day exploit, and other nefarious tools and social engineering happening with users working from home (WFH), how do we protect these users and their computers?
Malwarebytes for Mac
Objective-See Security Tools (Lulu, KnockKnock, BlockBlock & more)
The Eclectic Light Company
Bruce Robinson from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center joins Mat X, Shania and JD on this weeks podcast. We discuss being inspired by others in the community and how we can give back. Thanks Bruce!
Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center
PNW (Pacific Northwest AKA Cascadia)
Scrum (software development)
Backdoors & Breaches, an Incident Response Card Game, from Black Hills Information Security and Active Countermeasures. Backdoors & Breaches contains 52 unique cards to help you conduct incident response tabletop exercises and learn attack tactics, tools, and methods.
Lisa made the move to Security Engineering, after many years working in Systems Engineering.
Kevin has over 10 years experience supporting and managing Macs, he’s currently an IT Engineer.
Mat, Chris, Shania and JD join us as we learn more about the conspirators who put on the MacDevOps conference.