Welcome to Azius
“Azius’ seminars are the closest you can get to Windows without source.”
Become your organization’s expert in…
- Windows internals
- Windows debugging and troubleshooting
- Windows device driver development
- Windows security
- Windows source code
- Windows internals for application developers
- Windows cyber-forensics
Click the above links for descriptions of seminar topics areas.
Click here to arrange a private seminar (delivered at your site) on any of those topics.
Click here to attend a public (open enrollment) seminar.
Upcoming public seminars
In July 2017 we’re offering Windows Internals, Troubleshooting and Debugging in Austin, Texas. Click here now for details.
Er, well, we’re teaching it this week. Looks like you missed it. We’ll have announcements of upcoming publics posted by the end of the month.
We have a new “combination” seminar on the roster, the Windows Internals and Performance Toolkit Workshop. This seminar brings the material from Core Windows Internals together with extensive coverage of the powerful and free Windows Performance Toolkit. Through a series of lab exercises (some made up for teaching value, some from real-world situations) we will show you how to use the WPT to examine the Windows operating system, learn more about the internals, and analyze and solve real-world performance and resource problems.
Yes, we now have a blog! Click the big red button in the upper left corner of this page. Or right here. RSS is available.
Added an “update” paragraph to the end of “The pagefault in nonpaged pool syndrome” – WinDbg now recognizes and describes this form of PTE. Thank you to the WinDbg team!
Request a public (or virtual) seminar
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? 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.
LinkedIn group for Windows Internals
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.
Microsoft’s Windows Driver kit forum
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.