Windows Internals 3

Windows is a large and complex operating system. Understanding the way it works can help developers get the most out of it. This is a continuation course following Windows Internals 2
Course info
Rating
(120)
Level
Advanced
Updated
Feb 12, 2014
Duration
5h 17m
Table of contents
Services (part 1)
Services (part 2)
The I/O System (Part 1)
The I/O System (Part 2)
Device Drivers (Part 1)
Device Drivers (Part 2)
Writing Software Device Drivers (Part 1)
Writing Software Device Drivers (Part 2)
Description
Course info
Rating
(120)
Level
Advanced
Updated
Feb 12, 2014
Duration
5h 17m
Description

Software developers for Windows should understand the way Windows works, its mechanisms and algorithms, so they are able to write better software that can take advantage of Windows' strengths. The course deals with all the major terms in Windows, such as processes, threads, virtual memory and more. Whether you're a Win32 programmer, a .NET programmer or a device driver programmer, you should benefit from understanding Windows, which may help in troubleshooting difficult issues as well.

About the author
About the author

Pavel is a developer, trainer, author and speaker, specializing in Microsoft technologies. He's the co-author of "Windows Internals, 7th edition" (MS Press, 2017) and "WPF 4.5 Cookbook" (Packt, 2012).

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