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Jack-Daniyel Strong

Jack-Daniyel Strong

Client Platform Engineer - Community Advocate, Fleet Device Management

Spokane, Washington, United States

For over 25 years, JD has worn many hats as a Mac Admin, Consultant, Apple Authorized Reseller & Service Provider, MSP, technical writer, and co-host of the MacDevOps podcast.

Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology
  • Business & Management
  • Media & Information


  • MacOS
  • osquery
  • Security & Compliance
  • shell scripting
  • python
  • technical writing
  • Apple
  • Endpoint Management
  • Endpoint Security
  • mobile device management
  • endpoint operations
  • Patch Management
  • DevOps
  • gitops
  • DevSecOps

Streamlining Non-IT Departments: Git Repo for Issue Management

We will explore the innovative use of Git repositories for managing non-IT departments like sales, marketing, or business operations. We'll delve into the basics of Git, its adaptability for non-code tasks, and the benefits of this approach. A real-world case study will illustrate successful implementation. Attendees will learn how to set up and manage a Git repo specifically for their department, with practical tips on tracking, prioritizing, and resolving issues. This session is ideal for professionals seeking efficient, tech-savvy solutions to streamline their department's workflow and enhance collaborative project management.

Mastering Markdown - A Beginner's Guide

Embark on a journey to master the Markdown language with our talk, "Mastering Markdown - A Beginner's Guide." Designed for beginners, this session demystifies Markdown, teaching you how to create beautifully formatted text easily. You'll learn from basic syntax to advanced features through hands-on practice tailored for those new to Markdown. Whether you're a blogger, developer, or just someone interested in efficient writing, this talk will equip you with the skills to use Markdown effectively across various platforms. Embrace the simplicity of Markdown and transform your writing experience!

Cross-platform open-source monitoring and reporting

In my presentation, I will show how osquery, Fleet, and n8n can be integrated to monitor and report on devices. Osquery, installable on Linux, macOS, and Windows, turns an OS into a relational database for SQL-based data exploration. It's widely used for security, compliance, and troubleshooting. Fleet, leveraging osquery, offers centralized device management and control, enabling automated responses to issues or compliance breaches. n8n, a workflow automation tool, supports this ecosystem with its low-code/no-code, node-based design, connecting APIs and services for streamlined operations.

Sourdough Zen: Discovering the Art and Health Benefits of Naturally Fermented Dough

"Sourdough Zen" is more than just a baking tutorial; it's a journey into the heart of traditional bread-making, highlighting the importance of slowing down and appreciating the simpler, yet profoundly rewarding, aspects of life. Attendees will leave not only with knowledge about sourdough bread-making but also with a renewed appreciation for the time-honored practices that connect us more deeply to our food and to each other.

Quick talk ~5-minutes

Jack-Daniyel Strong

Client Platform Engineer - Community Advocate, Fleet Device Management

Spokane, Washington, United States

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