Category Archives: Books

The videos of my Netwrix webinars are now available

Last week, on September 24, 25 and 26, I hosted three 60-minute webinars with Netwrix on my three favorite chapters in my Active Directory Administration Cookbook. Over 1800 people have registered for these webinars. Now, a mere two working days after the last webinars, the Netwrix team has done everyone a huge favor by already […]

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I’m presenting three Webinars with Netwrix focusing on the best recipes from the AD Administration Cookbook

On September 24th, 25th and 26th, I’ll present three 1-hour webinars with Netwrix. Tune in to get the best in Active Directory security, Hybrid Identity and Azure AD Hardening demo’ed! Tip! These courses may be of specific interest to CISSPs, as these courses allow you to earn Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits.   About the […]

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

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Experiences with Being Published

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 […]

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Experiences with Being Published, Part 5: Quality Assurance

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Experiences with Being Published

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 […]

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Pictures of the Dutch Active Directory Administration Cookbook Launch

On Thursday June 20, 2019, the Active Directory Administration Cookbook was officially launched in the Netherlands at the SCCT office in Leidschendam. I had invited my family, my closest friends, the people with whom I have worked together in recent years at several Identity-related projects and everyone else who would be interested in attending. At […]

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Experiences with Being Published, Part 4: Rules of Engagement

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Experiences with Being Published

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 […]

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Experiences with Being Published, Part 3: Deadlines

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Experiences with Being Published

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 […]

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Join the Active Directory Administration Cookbook Launch Party at SCCT

Last month, my Active Directory Administration Cookbook was released by Packt.       To celebrate, my employer is hosting a Launch Party at our office in Leidschendam, near The Hague in the Netherlands. The Launch Party offers the opportunity to Dutch people to get their copy of the Active Directory Administration Cookbook and have it signed.          […]

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

This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Experiences with Being Published

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 […]

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Experiences with Being Published, Part 1: Accusations of Plagiarism

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Experiences with Being Published

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 […]

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