I have recently completed another successful iteration of the Windows Internals training – thank you those who participated!
I am announcing two upcoming training classes, Windows Internals and Windows Kernel Programming.
Windows Internals (5 days)
I promised some folks that the next Internals training would be convenient to US-based time zones. That said, all time zones are welcome!
Dates: Sep 29, Oct 1, 5, 7, 8
Times: 8am to 4pm Pacific time (11am to 7pm Eastern)
The syllabus can be found here. I may make small changes in the final topics, but the major topics remain the same.
Windows Kernel Programming (4 days)
Dates: Oct 13, 15, 19, 21
The syllabus can be found here. Again, slight changes are possible. This is a development-heavy course, so be prepared to write lots of code!
The selected time zone will be based on the majority of participants’ preference.
Cost and Registration
The cost for each class is kept relatively low (as opposed to other, perhaps similar offerings), as I’ve done in the past year or so. This is to make these classes accessible to more people, especially in these challenging times. If you register for both classes, you get 10% off the second class. Previous students of my classes get 10% off as well.
Cost: 750 USD if paid by an individual, 1500 USD if paid by a company. Multiple participants from the same company are entitled to a discount (email me for the details).
To register, send an email to email@example.com and specify “Training” in the title. The email should include your name, company name (if any) and preferred time zone.
Please read carefully the pre-requisites of each class, especially for Windows Kernel Programming. In case of doubt, talk to me.
If you have any questions, feel free to shoot me an email, or DM me on twitter (@zodiacon) or Linkedin (https://www.linkedin.com/in/pavely/).
Companies that are interested in such (or other) training classes receive special prices. Topics can also be customized according to specific needs.
Other classes I provide include: Modern C++ Programming, Windows System Programming, COM Programming, C#/.NET Programming (Basic and Advanced), Advanced Windows Debugging, and more. Contact me for detailed syllabi if interested.