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  • Blog Post: New book: Windows Internals, Sixth Edition, Part 2

    We’re very pleased to announce that Windows Internals, Part 2, 6th Edition (ISBN 9780735665873) is available for purchase! Written by internationally renowned experts Mark Russinovich, David A. Solomon, and Alex Ionescu, this book takes an in-depth, comprehensive, and hands-on look at the inner...
  • Blog Post: RTM’d today: Windows Internals, Sixth Edition, Part 2

    We’re thrilled to announce that the eagerly anticipated Windows Internals, Sixth Edition, Part 2 (ISBN 9780735665873) has been sent to the printer! Some of you already have your hands on Part 1; soon you’ll be able to complete the edition with Part 2, which will be shipped to retailers in...
  • Blog Post: Sample chapters: Windows Internals, Sixth Edition, Part 1

    Greetings! Today we’d like to share a sampler from Windows Internals, Sixth Edition, Part 1 , by Mark Russinovich (@markrussinovich), David Solomon, and Alex Ionescu (@aionescu). The 244-page sampler (9.4 MB) contains two complete chapters—Chapter 5, “Processes, Threads, and Jobs,” and Chapter 6, “Security...
  • Blog Post: By request: Topics covered in Windows Internals, Sixth Edition, Parts 1 and 2

    In the week since Windows Internals, Sixth Edition, Part 1 became available for purchase, customers have been asking what topics will be covered in Part 2, which is scheduled for release this fall. Here are the Contents at a Glance of both books: Windows Internals, Sixth Edition, Part 1 Chapter...
  • Blog Post: New book: Windows Internals, Sixth Edition, Part 1

    We’re happy to announce that Windows Internals, Part 1, 6th Edition (ISBN 9780735648739; 752 pages) is available for purchase! Long considered a classic among Windows enthusiasts, this book was written by some of the most esteemed experts in the internals field today, Mark Russinovich, David Solomon...
  • Blog Post: RTM’d today: Windows Internals, Sixth Edition, Part 1

    The wait is almost over. We’re thrilled to announce that Windows Internals, Part 1, 6th Edition (ISBN 9780735648739; 752 pages) shipped to the printer today! Written by some of the most knowledgeable experts in the internals field—Mark Russinovich, David Solomon, and Alex Ionescu—the...
  • Blog Post: Christophe Nasarre: Excerpt #2 from Windows Internals 6E

    Christophe Nasarre here. I’m the Technical Reviewer of the upcoming sixth edition of Windows Internals , by Mark Russinovich, David Solomon, and Alex Ionescu, which is being released in two parts, the first part this month! My introduction to this series of posts, in which I choose excerpts...
  • Blog Post: Christophe Nasarre: Reviewing Windows Internals 6E and excerpt #1

    Hello! Christophe Nasarre here. I’m the Technical Reviewer of the upcoming sixth edition of Windows Internals (which is being released in two parts, the first part in March 2012). and I’ve read all previous editions of the book, going back to when it was titled Inside Windows NT . Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Author news: Upcoming seminars by David Solomon

    David Solomon, co-author of the Windows Internals book series, is holding a 2-day webinar January 9 & 11, 2012, exploring the internals of key Windows kernel components and mechanisms featuring the Sysinternals tools. Topics include kernel architecture, memory management, thread scheduling, interrupt...
  • Blog Post: Author news: Upcoming Windows internals classes by David Solomon

    David Solomon, co-author of Windows Internals (Microsoft Press, 2009), is offering the following classes in the coming months: London, September 12-16: Windows OS Internals San Francisco, November 7-11: Windows Troubleshooting & Debugging San Francisco, November 14-18: Windows OS Internals Webinar...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Press Authors Speak at PDC Tomorrow and Friday

    Don’t worry if you didn’t make it in person to PDC this year. You can check out all of the great sessions online. You won’t want to miss presentations from Mark Russinovich, author of Windows Internals, 5th Ed , and Vittorio Bertocci, author of Programming Windows Identity Foundation . We also want to...
  • Blog Post: Author news: Discount on Windows internals training

    Greetings. David Solomon, coauthor of Windows Internals, Fifth Edition , has more training opportunities coming up. And David’s company, David Solomon Expert Seminars, is offering 15% off for TechNet Flash recipients and TechNet Subscribers. Windows OS Internals and Sysinternals Training London October...
  • Blog Post: Author news: Training by David Solomon coming up

    David Solomon, coauthor of Windows Internals, Fifth Edition , has a couple of training opportunities coming up. The first is next week! Windows Internals with Sysinternals Webinar (September 13 & 15, 2010 – two-day webinar/virtual class) Explore the internals of key Windows kernel components and...
  • Blog Post: The Bookshelf: Exchange Server

    Hi, my name is Andrew Richards. I’m an Exchange Escalation Engineer in Microsoft Support. In this new Microsoft Press blog series, I’m going to give you a behind-the-scenes look at what books can be found on the bookshelves of engineers in and around the Microsoft Campus in Redmond. As...
  • Blog Post: One week from today: Mark Russinovich virtual roundtable

    Here’s another reminder about an upcoming event featuring Mark Russinovich, one of the authors of Windows Internals, Fifth Edition (Microsoft Press, 2009). Here’s its description: Springboard Series Virtual Roundtable The Last Mile: Pilot and Deploy Windows 7 Join Microsoft Technical Fellow, Mark Russinovich...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming Mark Russinovich virtual roundtable

    Greetings. Just want to let you know about an upcoming event (two weeks from today) featuring Mark Russinovich, one of the authors of Windows Internals, Fifth Edition   (Microsoft Press, 2009). Here’s its description: Springboard Series Virtual Roundtable The Last Mile: Pilot and Deploy Windows...
  • Blog Post: Windows Internals is eleven for eleven

    Last time we checked , in October, Windows Internals, Fifth Edition (Microsoft Press, 2009), by Mark Russinovich and David Solomon with Alex Ionescu, had received eight for eight 5-star reviews at Amazon. Now the book is up to eleven 5-star reviews out of eleven total reviews . To see why the book is...
  • Blog Post: Upcoming training on Windows internals

    Good morning, everyone, from NYC (after O’Reilly’s TOC conference). This just in from David Solomon, one of the authors of Windows Internals, Fifth Edition . UPCOMING CLASSES Our 2010 class schedule is posted. We have three deliveries of our 5-day Windows OS internals class planned: London: April 12...
  • Blog Post: Save 40% on Microsoft Press’s Developer E-Reference Library

    That’s $60 off. And you can try out the library for free for ten days.  Here’s information about the library: The Microsoft Press E-Reference Library for developers is a powerful search tool that provides instant access to more than 100 Microsoft Press books on developer topics, including latest...
  • Blog Post: Windows Internals is eight for eight

    Windows Internals, Fifth Edition (Microsoft Press, 2009), by Mark Russinovich and David Solomon with Alex Ionescu, has received eight for eight 5-star reviews at Amazon . Frankly, we’re not surprised. You won’t be surprised either after taking a look at a sample chapter. Chapter 5, “Processes, Threads...
  • Blog Post: Reader review: Windows Internals, Fifth Edition

    Hello. Today we’d like to share the first part of an ongoing review, by MVP David Morton , of the new edition of Windows Internals , by Mark Russinovich and David Solomon, with Alex Ionescu (Microsoft Press, 2009; ISBN: 9780735625303). If you’re new to the world that is Windows internals and you’re not...
  • Blog Post: Author news: Shout-out to Jonathan Morrison!

    Another guest post by David Solomon: David here. The authors of Windows Internals, Fifth Edition (Microsoft Press, 2009)—Mark Russinovich, Alex Ionescu, and I—humbly apologize for leaving out Jonathan Morrison of the Windows Core OS team in the list of acknowledgements. Jonathan provided important...
  • Blog Post: Sample chapter from Windows Internals, Fifth Edition

    Chapter 5, “Processes, Threads, and Jobs,” from Windows Internals, Fifth Edition (Microsoft Press, 2009), by Mark Russinovich and David Solomon with Alex Ionescu, is available, all 116 gloriously detailed pages of it, here: http://cid-5a051e94bda12163.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/9780735625303...
  • Blog Post: Author news: David Solomon Expert Seminars

    Greetings, everybody. We’d like to share an upcoming event offered by one of the authors of Windows Internals, Fifth Edition : Windows Internals classes from David Solomon Expert Seminars September 28 - October 2, 2009, San Francisco Explore the internals of key Windows kernel components and...
  • Blog Post: Author news: Shout-out to Arun Kishan and Landy Wang!

    Here's a guest post by David Solomon: David here. Two key reviewers were inadvertently left out of the Acknowledgements for Windows Internals, Fifth Edition (Microsoft Press, 2009): Arun Kishan and Landy Wang. Arun and Landy own two of the most critical components in the system: the process and thread...
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