On June 20, 2019, we officially launched the Packt Active Directory Administration Cookbook in the Netherlands. I signed a ton of books.
After that fun event I was approached by the Royal Dutch Association of Information and IT Professionals (KNVI). They were interested in the book as well. As the book applies to a fairly large number of their members, we agreed upon a second event: “Active Directory, What’s Cooking?”.
The Dutch Professional Association of Information and IT Professionals (KNVI) is an independent platform for sharing professional knowledge and expanding the personal networks of ICT Pros, information professionals, students and employers who want to keep their employees up to date.
KNVI organizes multiple meetings per month, publishes AG Connect both online and in print, and offers discounts to its members.
KNVI is a merged organization of several professional associations, including the Dutch Networking User Group (Ngi-NGN) and the Dutch Association for Documentary Information and Organization Administration (SOD).
About KNVI “Active Directory, What’s Cooking?”
On July 9, 2019, KNVI organizes the “Active Directory, What’s Cooking?” event for its members at the Hitland Golf Club in Nieuwerkerk aan den IJssel.
Starting at 6PM, we are going to enjoy a BBQ. Then, at 8 PM, Erwin Derksen and I will share our experiences with Active Directory and Azure AD.
Part of my experiences is in the Active Directory Administration Cookbook. I will tell a bit about how the book fits in my ambition and strategy for “Better Active Directory admins and environments without breaking the bank”.
Members of KNVI will be able to purchase the Packt Active Directory Administration Cookbook with 40% discount, spending only € 32 instead of the normal Dutch price of € 52 for the book.
Join KNVI and the event!
It’s not too late to join KNVI Dutch.
This is a prerequisite to being able to attend the KNVI “Active Directory, What’s Cooking?” event.
Subscriptions to KNVI for students are a mere EUR 30 per year. Subscriptions for individuals start at EUR 99,00 per year for members aged 27 and below, for retirees and for unemployed people. Other individual subscriptions set you back EUR 165 per year. Organizational subscriptions are available upon request.
I’m sure you can do the math how many books you need to buy to break even.