Re: [Commercial] Training on Windows Kernel Programming fromProfessionals
> Hello All,[color=blue]
> With a growing demand for Windows System Professionals, we are pleased
> to announce a new weekend batch of “Windows Internals and Device
> Drivers” for working professionals and Engineers.
> Course Highlights:
> Windows Internals
> - It includes topics related to key components of system like - Thread
> scheduling, I/O, memory management, - Windows Security
> - Debugging using Win Dbg to explore windows internals.
> Windows Device Driver
> It deals with important driver-building and designing mechanisms -
> Windows Driver Model and development - PnP Concepts
> - Storage Stack
> - Device Driver building, debugging, writing installer. -
> Synchronization, Interrupts, PnP Filter drivers.
> Detail syllabus is available at
> Labs -
> Carefully designed labs and exercises which will help participants to
> apply knowledge gained through lectures immediately in their
> assignments. You will also design, develop and debug a simple USB
> Starting Date : Saturday, September 07, 2008. Duration : 1.5
> months for each module Timings : Saturday and Sunday, 3 hours per
> Concepts Systems,
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> Registration: We encourage you to register at the earliest since there
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> Team Concepts Systems[/color]
This is really the wrong group for that; it's for discussing and
troubleshooting a graphics system for Unix called "X" (after an earlier
system named "W"). You should probably head over to the comp.os.ms-