Keeping It Local- JAMF SF Regional User Conference

For those JAMF admins in the Bay Area I have a treat for you if you meet one of these criteria:

1) You didn’t attend the JAMF National User Conference last month

2) Attended the conference but had a session schedule conflict preventing you for seeing our talk

3) Attended our talk but fell asleep right when I said “Hello Minneapolis!”

You guessed it, I am bringing our talk from the National User Conference, lovingly called “Integrating Adobe’s IT Tools into Your Casper Suite Workflow” to the San Francisco JAMF User Conference next week. But don’t worry, I am not going to repeat the same presentation. I am going to make it local. So whereas I made an analogy around the CS installation process to the Saturn V rockets of the Apollo mission, I will replace the rocket metaphor with a Mission-style burrito. Specifically Papalote burritos. And if I make some random mention of beer in the talk (as I am apt to do) I will make sure that I don’t screw up and make mention of Minneapolis’ Surly Furious but instead will use Speakeasy’s Prohibition Ale as my beer stand-in of choice. See, totally different talk!

Actually, Karl Gibson, our awesome CS Enterprise Systems Engineer from Dublin, will not be in attendance. So sadly the talk will feature 85% less Irish accent action. I’ll try and fake an Irish accent during the Q&A. But I will keep that local too, making mention of the Irish Bank pub on Mark Lane which is one of my favorite pubs. Not sure how that will fit into the Q&A, but we’ll see.

December 8
Madrone Studio
Main Level Studio
3:15-4:15 PM
Integrating Adobe’s IT Tools into Your Casper Suite Workflow

To sign up or more info:

http://jamfsoftware.com/events/user-conferences/regional-user-conference-san-francisco-2011-12-08

See you there!

Jody Rodgers | Senior Product Manager | Enterprise & Volume | Creative Suite | Adobe Systems

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