Impractical Python file and data for today?s Mac admins

Speakers: Jeremy Reichman

Level: Intermediate, Lecture

Excerpt: Learn why you might want to choose Python to process data on macOS and how you can get started.

  • turning data into something that could be reported to management.onditionals, and Custom Attributes, where we need to get the same data across a variety of Macs into our management tools
  • Tools and modules that can help make this more fun, more fulfilling, or at least quicker

    d other kinds of files that you might find scattered across Macs from random vendors’ installers

    About the speaker

    Jeremy Reichman (Twitter: @jaharmi) – Macintosh Systems Engineer – Tamman Technologies, Inc.

    Jeremy Reichman is a Lead Macintosh Systems Engineer with Tamman Technologies in Philadelphia and a resident of Southeastern Pennsylvania. He presented or co-presented at Penn State MacAdmins Conferences in 2012-2014, 2016, and 2017 on topics such as packaging, scripting/automation, Python, and configuration profiles. He has spent twenty years supporting Apple devices between university and corporate environments.
    Jeremy has worked on Mac enterprise integration projects with VMware Workspace One, Munki, Jamf Pro, DeployStudio, Radmind, Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange, Acronis Access Connect (aka ExtremeZ-IP), OS X Server, Microsoft Systems Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), VPNs, 802.1X, and McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO). He is a Jamf Certified Mobile Administrator (CMA), Certified Casper Administrator (CCA), and Certified Casper Expert (CCE).

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