A guided tour of the internal design and implementation of the current Windows operating systems, with particular emphasis on those aspects that are important to driver developers.
This seminar provides a comprehensive guided tour through, and analysis of, the internal design, implementation, and operation of the major components of the Windows operating system, with a corresponding tour of the Windows source code.
Teaches you how to develop, install, and debug the most common types of WDM device drivers for Windows operating systems.
For programmers new to Windows and Win32 programming, this seminar provides an introduction to the idioms of Windows and an orientation to APIs and mechanisms commonly used in "systems level" programs.
This seminar teaches you how to write, package, install, and debug drivers using the Windows Driver Foundation models: Kernel Mode Driver Frameworks (KMDF) and User Mode Driver Frameworks (UMDF 2.0). These are the driver models recommended by Microsoft for all devices for which a more specialized driver model is not available.
Get started with IoT on Windows with the Raspberry Pi in this fast-paced seminar!
This seminar describes how to write, package, install, and debug drivers using User Mode Driver Frameworks 1.x.
This seminar covers the Office Open XML (OOXML) file formats used by current versions of Microsoft Office.
This seminar describes the required and optional routines of all device drivers, and presents the designs and operating system interfaces commonly used by filter drivers and pseudodrivers.
An intensive hands-on tutorial on debugging device drivers, via both “live” debugging and analysis of memory dumps. The latter includes techniques for looking at code for which you don't have the source.