Happy Friday everyone! Thanks to everyone that’s been here for a while and welcome to all the new subscribers this week.
Before getting into the content of the newsletter, there’s a few things to highlight…
This week we added yet another Ninja training to the burgeoning pile of learning and assessments. This one is forCommunication Compliance. So, if you’re like me and have fun trying to collect all the Ninja certificates, this is a not miss opportunity for yet another one.
For those that have been following along with theMust Learn KQLlearning series and how it’s being shaped and formed into different iterations, it’s now being turned into a sort of study on how to create engaging learning content.
From enthusiast to authority: the educational journey of Must Learn KQL
When monitoring Azure solutions and security you are going to use kusto query language, which is relatively and can be intimidating. But fear not, there is help: In this session we dive into learning KQL through the MustLearnKQL project that contains blog posts, a book, videos, a certification and a podcast. We will also discuss how educating others by creating technical content like this, can help you grow, build a community and have fun along the way.
Pretty neat to see my creation take on such a life of its own!
Well, we made it. Myself and my colleagues kicked off the inaugural episode of the Microsoft Security Insights show on Microsoft Reactor Wednesday evening. The show was a good one. Some of you showed up for the live event and provided commentary and questions. I hope you enjoyed listening and watching.
For those that missed it, the replay is available now. With Matt Soseman as our guest, the conversation turned to the obvious topics of Zero Trust and Identity security. Each time I talk to Matt, I feel like I’m smarter afterward. And I know you’ll feel that way, too.