Today I’m announcing a new training – COM (Component Object Model) Programming, to be held in November.
COM is a well established technology, debuted back in 1993, and is still very much in use. In fact, the Windows Runtime is based on an enhanced version of COM. There is quite a bit of confusion and misconceptions about COM, which is one reason I decided to offer this class.
The syllabus for the 3 day class can be found here. This is the first time I will be offering this class, and also will try a new format: 6 half-days instead of 3 full days.
When: November: 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16. 2pm to 6pm, UT. (Technically it’s more than 3 days, as with a full day there is a lunch break not present in half days). The class will be conducted remotely using Microsoft Teams or a similar platform.
What you need to know before the class: You should be comfortable using Windows on a Power User level. Concepts such as processes, threads, DLLs, and virtual memory should be understood fairly well. You should have experience writing code in C and some C++. You don’t have to be an expert, but you must know C and basic C++ to get the most out of the class. In case you have doubts, talk to me.
Obviously, participants in my Windows Internals and (especially) Windows System Programming classes have the required knowledge for the class.
We’ll start by looking at why COM was created in the first place, and then build clients and servers, digging into various mechanisms COM provides. See the syllabus for more details.
Registration will be different than previous classes:
Early bird (paid by September 30th): 500 USD (if paid by an individual), 1100 USD (if paid by a company).
Normal (paid after September 30th): 700 USD (if paid by an individual), 1300 USD (if paid by a company).
To register, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the title “COM Training”, and write the name(s), email(s) and time zone(s) of the participants. Multiple participants from the same company get a discount. Previous participants (individuals) of my classes get 10% off. I will reply with further instructions.
I hope to see you in November!
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