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Mark Russinovich is chief software architect and cofounder of Winternals Software, a company that specializes in advanced systems software for Microsoft Windows. He is a senior contributing editor for Windows IT Pro Magazine where he contributes to the Windows Power Tools column. He and David Solomon deliver public and private seminars on Windows operating system internals and advanced troubleshooting to numerous companies and organizations, including regular deliveries to Microsoft employees. They also created a 12 hour self-paced Windows internals video tutorial which Microsoft licensed for worldwide corporate use. Mark is also a frequent speaker at major industry conferences such as Microsoft Tech Ed, Microsoft IT Forum, Windows IT Pro Magazines Connections, and MCP Magazine's TechMentor.
Mark has a B.S. from Carnegie Mellon University and an M.S. from Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute, both in computer engineering. In 1994, he earned a Ph.D. from Carnegie Mellon University, also in computer engineering. Before founding Winternals Software, he worked at Compuware NuMega Laboratories and IBMs Thomas J. Watson Research Center.
David Solomon has focused on explaining the internals of the Windows NT operating system line since 1992. He has taught his world renowned Windows Internals classes to thousands of developers and IT professionals worldwide. His clients include all the major software and hardware companies, including Microsoft. He was a recipient of the 1993 Microsoft Support Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award.
This is David's fourth book. His first book was Windows NT for OpenVMS Professionals (Digital Press/Butterworth Heinemann, 1996). It explained Windows NT to VMS-knowledgeable programmers and system administrators. Prior to starting his own company, David worked for nine years as a project leader and developer in the VMS operating system development group at Digital Equipment Corporation. His second book, Inside Windows NT 2nd edition, covered the internals of Windows NT 4.0. His third book, Inside Windows 2000 3rd edition, was co-authored with Mark Russinovich.
In addition to organizing and teaching seminars, David is a regular speaker at technical conferences such as Microsoft TechEd and Microsoft PDCs. He has also served as technical chair for several past Windows NT conferences. When he's not researching Windows, David enjoys sailing, reading, and Star Trek.
Just when you think you know what's going on, this book will push you past your nerd zone into the arena of Mr. Spock and Mr. Scott.Published 14 months ago by John Buerman
I searched for the windows xp 2003 cd and i found this on the first page and i ordered it but i got a book and i got it exactly after 14 days that i ordered it.Published on August 25, 2013 by Shervin Rezaiy
I am great fan of Mark and follow all his blogs. I have watched each and ever interview of his on Youtube. Read morePublished on December 5, 2010 by Tushar
This is an excellent book even for the relatively inexperienced. It provides a great understanding of the foundations of the Windows operating system and by doing so, enhances... Read morePublished on June 29, 2009 by Robert Garzino
If you know what *might* be in an "internals" book - you'll be glad to know it's all in there. If you know Windows, Dave Cutler, and what *could* be in an internals book - you'll... Read morePublished on April 28, 2009 by K. Conquest
Book ordered was received in a flash. Wouldn't hesitate to purchase from this vendor again.Published on January 19, 2009 by Gary L. Beck
This hard cover book looked like new and it still helping me a lot in understanding the Windows Internals. Read morePublished on January 9, 2009 by Cpttvtnlmbr
It's Mark Russinovich !!! Its really a nice book, which drills down to the in-depths of WindowsPublished on September 15, 2008 by S. Prasad
I highly recommend this book to anyone who needs a very detailed analysis of Windows XP/2000/2003. It's so good, I've already ordered Windows® Internals: Including Windows Server... Read morePublished on August 3, 2008 by L. Hayes