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"

Get your copy of the Active Directory Administration Cookbook today

The new Active Directory Administration Cookbook is now available. [Packt] [Amazon] [Tomlinsons] [Fnac] [Lehmanns] [ManagementBoek] For the last seven months, I worked with Packt Publishing to write the fourteen chapters in this 620-page book, containing all the essential howtos  and their gotchas for managing both on-premises Active Directory and Azure AD. It has been an … Continue reading "Get your copy of the Active Directory Administration Cookbook today"

I’ve technically reviewed O’Reilly’s ‘Windows 8 Hacks’

Although this blog typically contains Windows Server-related tips, tricks, howtos and reviews, I am also pretty known with the Windows client. After I technically reviewed ‘Windows 8: Out of the Box’, as published by O’Reilly Media, I was contacted about five months ago to be one of the two technical reviewers of ‘Windows 8 Hacks’, … Continue reading "I’ve technically reviewed O’Reilly’s ‘Windows 8 Hacks’"