Experiences with Being Published, Part 7: A book on shelves for the last 18 months

As a published technical writer, I’m sharing my experiences working with a publisher and its editors in this series of blogposts on Experiences with Being Published. The Active Directory Administration Cookbook was published on May 3rd, 2019. This means it hit the (virtual) shelves of your favorite local resellers eighteen months ago. In this period, … Continue reading "Experiences with Being Published, Part 7: A book on shelves for the last 18 months"

Pictures of the KNVI "Active Directory, What’s Cooking?" Event

Last week, on Tuesday June 20 2019, the Royal Dutch Association of Information and IT Professionals (KNVI) organized the "Active Directory, What’s Cooking?" Event at Hit Eten en Drinken in Cappele aan den Ijssel in the Netherlands. As we were to gather at 18:30, I worked for a customer in Utrecht that Tuesday. I can … Continue reading "Pictures of the KNVI "Active Directory, What’s Cooking?" Event"

Experiences with Being Published, Part 6: A Matter of Style

As a published technical writer, I’ve had my share of experiences working with a publisher and its editors for a period of seven months. For my own sanity, I’ll post some of my experiences in this series of blogposts on Experiences with Being Published. I feel these stories can be quite entertaining, and I might … Continue reading "Experiences with Being Published, Part 6: A Matter of Style"

Experiences with Being Published, Part 5: Quality Assurance

As a published technical writer, I’ve had my share of experiences working with a publisher and its editors for a period of seven months. For my own sanity, I’ll post some of my experiences in this series of blogposts on Experiences with Being Published. I feel these stories can be quite entertaining, and I might … Continue reading "Experiences with Being Published, Part 5: Quality Assurance"

Experiences with Being Published, Part 4: Rules of Engagement

As a published technical writer, I’ve had my share of experiences working with a publisher and its editors for a period of seven months. For my own sanity, I’ll post some of my experiences in this series of blogposts on Experiences with Being Published. I feel these stories can be quite entertaining, and I might … Continue reading "Experiences with Being Published, Part 4: Rules of Engagement"

Experiences with Being Published, Part 3: Deadlines

As a published technical writer, I’ve had my share of experiences working with a publisher and its editors for a period of seven months. For my own sanity, I’ll post some of my experiences in this series of blogposts on Experiences with Being Published. I feel these stories can be quite entertaining, and I might … Continue reading "Experiences with Being Published, Part 3: Deadlines"

Experiences with Being Published, Part 2: Tools, Tools, Tools

As a published technical writer, I’ve had my share of experiences working with a publisher and its editors for a period of seven months. For my own sanity, I’ll post some of my experiences in this series of blogposts on Experiences with Being Published. I feel these stories can be quite entertaining, and I might … Continue reading "Experiences with Being Published, Part 2: Tools, Tools, Tools"

Experiences with Being Published, Part 1: Accusations of Plagiarism

As a published technical writer, I’ve had my share of experiences working with a publisher and its editors for a period of seven months. For my own sanity, I’ll post some of my experiences in this series of blogposts on Experiences with Being Published. I feel these stories can be quite entertaining, and I might … Continue reading "Experiences with Being Published, Part 1: Accusations of Plagiarism"