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MacAdmins at PSU 2020: Campfire Sessions – What’s new with Adobe 2020 in Education

Last year I had the privilege of speaking at MacAdmins at PSU around Adobe 2019 and it’s use in education. You can find more on that here.

This year, I’m lucky enough to have another session, which I’ll be using to present on Adobe again, including some changes from 2019 to 2020.

MacAdmins Campfire Sessions?

With the current pandemic still affect most of the world, this year the folks at PSU elected to switch out the usual on-site deliver of the conference, in favour of a 2-session per week, remote delivery, over 9 weeks.

These are completely free and run 6PM to 8PM BST (local time for me). Ideal if you’re stuck at home after work! Once you’re signed up and registered for each session, you’ll be emailed joining links the day before each session. You can also join everyone on Slack in the #psumac channel.

As mentioned, sign up is free and can be done here.

What’s new with Adobe 2020 in Education

As if my Adobe drum has been sitting ideal too long, I’ll be delivering an updated and refined version of the talk I gave last year, including any new things with 2020 from CC2019.

Over a year has passed since Adobe announced the new Shared Device Licenses. What’s changed? What hasn’t? How many bottles of [beverage] will you need to get you through it?
In this session we’ll look to cover the changes since that first release of CC 2019, SDL and now 2020. We’ll revisit the various deployment workflows and suggestions for taming this beast. Based on experiences from the front line and real world examples.

My talk will be on Thursday 16th July at 6:00PM BST (UK) time, and you can register for it here.

Resources and Recording

The session is being recorded and I’ll add links to that and resources as soon as they’re available.

I hope to see you there!


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