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  • Blog Post: Boring myself silly: download VS/SQL/Press slides

    If you have access to the MCP site, you can now download the slides and transcribed presentations from the Visual Studio 2008 cert, SQL Server 2008 cert and Microsoft Press "how to be a technical author" live meetings from last month. We transcribe them so you (MCPs) can borrow and use in presentations...
  • Blog Post: Publishinghouse Five

    Dear budding IT-Vonnegut, last call to attend the "becoming a technical author" Live Meeting today. The morning session was good. Three people I really like (true story!) spoke about why and how you can get involved with Microsoft Press and MSDN (and other publishers) to start or further a writing...
  • Blog Post: TKs for Ws2008 and writing articles for MSDN, etc

    Planned availability dates for training kits (TKs if you're nasty) coming out for WS2008 exams, below. As usual, these come out after the exams are available, for reasons explained by the Good Ken Jones in this post . If you are as interested in writing technical content as you are in reading it,...
  • Blog Post: Getting started as a technical author: January 30

    We did this presentation at TechEd last summer; we're offering it again via Live Meeting for those of you who didn't happen to be in Orlando. Ken and Linda, from Microsoft Press, will be presenting. It should be excellent. Microsoft Press Presents: Getting Started as a Technical Author Are you...
  • Blog Post: Want to be a technical author?

    My friends Linda and Ken from the Microsoft Press team presented a lunch session at TechEd on How to Become a Technical Author . For those of you with technical authoring aspirations but unable to attend said session, I'm poasting a somewhat unreliable mini-summary here. Ken agreed to host a Live Meeting...
  • Blog Post: If you've ever thought to yourself... "How $%@!!# long can it possibly take to make a MS Press Training Kit? Publish it, already!"

    ...you might have to think again. I asked one of my friends from the Microsoft Press team--a gentleman named Ken; he'll be at TechEd Orlando, too--this very question, and he was kind enough to provide an explanation of what goes in to the development of our excellent training kits (TKs): We plan to...
  • Blog Post: a few notes on Microsoft Press Training Kits for VS2005 exams

    A customer asked if we're bundling any books for the developer certifications, and here's what I found out: There will be a training kit ('TK's, as we say in the biz) bundle for MCPD: Web Developer, including what you need for the pre-requisite MCTS: Web Developer, available in February 2007 (see first...
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