Getting deep into Windows (20% off Sysinternals course)

The ability to go deep into Windows to be able to troubleshoot and fix a wide range of issues from driver to limited Kernel debugging is one of those highly prized skills that can be really hard to gain.  Luckily the excellent Dan Pearson is on hand presenting Windows OS Internals and Sysinternals April 11th to 15th 2010.

Topics include kernel architecture, memory management, thread scheduling, interrupt processing, time accounting, and crash dump analysis. This knowledge will help you help you troubleshoot difficult system problems as well as understand the true meaning behind key system performance counters.

For our lucky TechNet Subscribers I’ve got a 20% discount code – which also applies to any ‘softies reading this.  You can register for Windows OS Internals and Sysinternals here.

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