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We're planning a week-long advanced Windows debugging seminar, and maybe a Windows internals seminar aimed at WinRT (Windows Store App) developers… likely for the week of November 17.
Are you interested in attending a public seminar on one of our other topics? Would you like it at a different location, or as a virtual (online) seminar, maybe in a different time zone? Please, email us directly and let us know what you want!
Or, you can use our "long form" email signup page (even if you’re already on our list). Check off the desired boxes in the “Interests” section, and fill in any options we missed (like “time zone”) in the “Comments” field.
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Although there are arguably too many LinkedIn groups in related areas already, we created one specifically for discussion of Windows internals matters. (Surprisingly, there wasn't one.) Join it here.
After the release of each new major version of Windows, I.T. professionals, developers of all stripes, and OEMs eagerly await the publication of the next edition of the book (or, more recently, set of books) that documents how it all works inside.
Azius principals Brian Catlin and Jamie Hanrahan have signed with Microsoft Press to write Windows Internals, 7th Edition, Book 1: "User Mode." The 7th edition will cover Windows 8.1 and Server 2012 R2. To be released in late 2014, Book 1 will primarily cover user mode aspects (the internals of application support) and system management mechanisms. New coverage for the 7th edition will include .NET, graphics and the desktop, Windows RT, Windows Store applictions, and server management features, as well as expanded coverage of networking.
Books 2 and 3 are still in the planning stages, but our current plans are for Book 2 to cover kernel mode components and mechanisms, and Book 3, new for this edition, will describe the architecture and operation of the various Windows device driver models.
Of course, Windows Internals, 6th Edition, by Mark Russinovich, David Solomon, and Alex Ionescu, is the starting point for this work. (We contributed to the 6th edition and are credited as such in the introduction.)
Have you visited this forum lately? The top professionals in the field are there, and Azius' Brian Catlin is a moderator. If you're not using this resource, you should be.
Certain Shared Source licensees can still take advantage of our two-day "Introduction to Code Center Premium" seminar, or our customizable five-day "Code Center Premium Workshop," held on-site at your facility.
Additional seminars for Shared Source licensees will be announced soon! Contact your Shared Source
representative for details, or email us.