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Issue 353

  • Mac in the Shell
    x86 Code Debugging and Spelunking
    Discovering what code does, with or without source
  • An Introduction to WebGL
    What is WebGL and why Safari and iOS 8 support it?
  • Managing ESXi from your Mac
    Leveraging new capabilities in VMware Fusion Professional
  • Deploying SHA-3
    Build an SHA-3 framework for OS X and iOS
  • An introduction to Julia
    Learn more about the Julia Programming Language and its plotting capabilities
  • How to Size for Media Storage
    When “It Depends” isn’t the right answer
  • KoolTools
    BBEdit 11.5, TextSoap For OS X, Honeywell Lyric Round Wi-Fi Thermostat, My Cloud EX2 Ultra
  • MacTech Spotlight
    Daniel H Steinberg
    Dim Sum Thinking - http://dimsumthinking.com

Issue 352

  • Mac Enterprise
    Tools for admins: pkgutil
    Another tool every OS X admistrator should know about
  • Using the Go Programming Language
    Perfect for both Programmers and System Administrators.
  • The hack: Personal and Professional Security in the digital age
    The Most Common Vulnerability Of All
  • Syncing with Dropbox
    Working with the Sync SDK
  • Ten Things You Might Not Know about FileVault 2
  • KoolTools
    Tools for admins: pkgutil
    Multi Host Bluetooth Keyboard, Acronis Access Connect, QNAP TS-431U NAS
  • MacTech Spotlight
    Julian Camilleri
    https://www.machine-x.com

Issue 351

  • Mac Enterprise
    Tools for admins: pkgutil
    A look at a tool every OS X administrator should know about
  • The Future Has Arrived – Part III
    Personal and Professional Security In the Digital Age
  • Using Erlang
    Why learn Erlang?
  • Securing the Dropbox Client
    Make your Dropbox file transfers more secure
  • Managing automatic software installation on Yosemite
    We must go deeper
  • Storage Tiering
    Best of both the NAS and SAN worlds
  • MacTech Spotlight
    Celebrating Kevin Lockey

Issue 350

  • Mac Enterprise
    A Brief History of Managing Firefox
    Once again we revisit the task of customizing Mozilla’s browser for your organization
  • Using Caching to improve performance.
    Optimization is good, especially when it works!
  • Email Benchmarks, Outlook and more
    How well does Outlook 2016 run compared to Outlook 2011?
  • Dropbox and Structured Data
    Using datastores to manage and move structured data
  • Mac in the Shell
    More x86
    We must go deeper
  • MacTech Spotlight
    Luis Giraldo
    http://ook.co

Issue 349

  • Mac Enterprise
    Managing Complex Preferences
    Using PyObjC and CFPreferences methods to manage complex preference values
  • Managing Yosemite's FileVault 2 with fdesetup
  • Collaboration Services
    An excerpt from the recently released version 1.1 of the ebook Take Control of OS X Server
  • CES 2015: The Year’s Hottest Products
    What’s new and upcoming from the best in the business
  • MacTech Spotlight
    Tom Bridge
    http://technolutionary.com

Issue 348

  • Mac Enterprise
    New admin tools in OS X Yosemite
    Two tools to streamline admin tasks
  • An introduction to Regular Expressions.
    What are Regular Expressions, Automata, Grammars and Pattern Matching?
  • Autopkg: Part the First–Low Hanging Fruit
    Start Getting the Most Out of Autopkg and Even Contribute Improvements
  • Introduction to Swift - Part 3
    Creating and Using Classes and Objects in Swift.
  • Managing ESXi from your Mac
    Leveraging new capabilities in VMware Fusion Professional
  • The Xcodebuild command line tool.
    How to effectively use the Xcodebuild tool.
  • Mac in the Shell
    Do You Even x86?
    Diving into the depths of how your Mac works
  • KoolTools
    AccountEdge Pro 2015
    NewerTech Snuglet For MagSafe 2 Power Connections
  • MacTech Spotlight
    Graham Gilbert
    http://grahamgilbert.com

Issue 347

  • Mac Enterprise
    Introducing Munki 2
    A significant update to the open-source software management tool
  • Getting started with Open GL ES
    Programming an OpenGL ES iOS app
  • The Future Has Arrived – Part II
    Personal and Professional Security In the Digital Age
  • Introduction to Swift - Part 2
    Use more advanced Swift features and write your first applications.
  • Mac in the Shell
    bash and DHCP: How Do They Work?
  • Unlocking Activation-Locked iOS devices
  • It’s the Ecosystem, Silly
    Apple’s Powerful Trojan Horse Strikes Again
  • KoolTools
    BBEdit11
    CleanAlert
    Centrify User Suite
    NetSupport Notify
  • Nick McSpadden
    http://www.sacredsf.com

Issue 346

  • Building Blocks
    Combining command line tools to solve system administration problems
  • The Future Has Arrived
    Personal and Professional Security In the Digital Age
  • Introduction to Swift
    Learn the new programming language from Apple.
  • FileVault 2 Institutional Recovery Keys
    Creation, Deployment and Use
  • Using Profile Manager 3 In Mavericks Server
  • KoolTools
    Mail Designer 2
    AppCode 3.0
    Sonnet Mounting Kits
  • Chris Liscio
    Super Mega Ultra Groovy, Inc. http://supermegaultragroovy.com

Issue 345

  • Mac Enterprise
    Penn State Mac Admins Conference 2014
    An excellent resource for Mac systems administrators
  • Exploiting the power of R.
    Using R to analyze, and get data from MySQL, SQLite3 and Google Analytics
  • The 2013 MacPro, for Developers
    A review from a developer’s perspective.
  • Understanding Payload-Free Packages
  • Managing Revisions on Dropbox
    Using the Core SDK to manage file revisions
  • Mac In The Shell
    What Is That File?
    Spelunking OS X for fun and knowledge
  • KoolTools
    Mail Designer 2
    AppCode 3.0
    Sonnet Mounting Kits
  • The MacTech Spotlight
    Shelly Watson
    http://wheelwrights-llc.com

Issue 344

  • Mac Enterprise
    AutoDMG
    A new tool for creating "never-booted" deployment disk images
  • Managing the Authorization Database in OS X Mavericks
  • Managing Dropbox Files
    Organizing files and folders with the Core SDK
  • Using Nginx on Mac OS X
    Why try Nginx?
  • Big Game Hunting: Recruiting the Elusive Mac Tech
    Technical Recruiting Apple Gurus
  • KoolTools
    AppCode 3.0
    Echo Express Mounting Kit
    PDFPen
    Proavio Storage Platform
  • The MacTech Spotlight
    Andrina Kelly
    http://www.bellmedia.ca/en/

Issue 343

  • Mac Enterprise
    Creating Custom AutoPkg Processors, Part 2
    Extend AutoPkg's capabilities with custom Processors
  • Creating Custom Guest Users on OSX
  • A Triage Project with Two Targets
    Building for both iPad and iPhone devices
  • Developer to Developer
    Dependency Reduction
    Some things you don't need external libraries for anymore
  • Mac in the Shell
    Keep Your Hands on the Wheel
    …and Drive! Or, in this case, on the keyboard: my favorite tricks.
  • KoolTools
    Sennheiser Presence
  • The MacTech Spotlight
    Mary Nobury-Glaser
    University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus

Issue 342

  • Mac Enterprise
    Creating Custom AutoPkg Processors
    Extend AutoPkg's capabilities with custom Processors
  • iOS App Deployment Shift
    Change How Enterprise Thinks About Apps
  • Seven Reasons You Need a Mavericks Server
    How OS X 10.9 and Server 3.0 change the game for small and large networks
  • Matias Tactile Pro 4
    A loud keyboard, designed for Macs, for the 21st century
  • Mac in the Shell
    Kernel Tweaking with sysctl
    Tweak the system to perform the way you want
  • An introduction to Routing
    What is TCP/IP Routing and why do we need it?
    What happens when you aren’t there?
  • KoolTools
    Proavio DS240 Storage Solutions For 4K Video
    Tumult Hype For Mac OS X
    OmniOutliner 4 For OS X
    MCE Internal Blu-Ray Drive For MacBook Pro
    LaCie Little Big Disk
  • The MacTech Spotlight
    Allen Hancock
    Watchman Monitoring, and The Orchard Solutions

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