Helen Custer (Author), David N Cutler (Foreword). This book definitely belongs on any Windows NT programmer's bookshelf. Inside Windows NT provides an extensive overview of Windows NT, and a high level peak at the internals.
Helen Custer (Author), David N Cutler (Foreword). ISBN-13: 978-1556154812. Even so, he manages to keep the presentation lively and informative. Packed with conceptual drawings, this book delves into NT tools and the core system itself.
Inside Windows NT. by. Custer, Helen, 1961-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Foreword by David N. Cutler. In 1965, I graduated from college with a . in mathematics, a minor in physics, and an overwhelming desire to be an engineer and to build things. This has been an arduous task - keeping up-to-date and writing and rewriting the various chapters of the book as the design evolved.
Inside Windows NT book. Design: David N. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 385 pages. Close. The initial developer support for Windows NT has been s have demonstrated more than 50 Windows NT applications only months after receiving the pre-release version of the software.
David Cutler was born in Lansing, Michigan and grew up in DeWitt, Michigan David Cutler usefully summarised his own career in the foreword to Inside Windows NT. In addition to his engineering skills, Cutler is known for his sardonic humor.
David Cutler was born in Lansing, Michigan and grew up in DeWitt, Michigan. After graduating from Olivet College in 1965, Cutler went to work for DuPont. One of his tasks was developing and running computer simulations on Digital machines. David Cutler usefully summarised his own career in the foreword to Inside Windows NT. Helen Custer. 4. Inside Windows NT Helen Custer and David N Cutler. For example, readers crash their machines to see and analyze the dump log-a valuable skill. ISBN 10: 155615481X ISBN 13: 9781556154812.
In this book Helen Custer, author of the bestselling Inside Windows NT, provides an inside look at the design of the unique new file system. Authors: David A. Solomon. This classic, newly updated guide to Windows NT architecture is for developers and system administrators and is written in full partnership with the Windows NT product development team at Microsoft. It takes you deep into the core components of Windows NT and gives you abundant information, insight, and perspective that you can quickly apply for better design, debugging, performance, and troubleshooting. Experience Level: Intermediate.
Inside Windows NT (Microsoft Programming Series). by Helen Custer, David A. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9781572316775 (978-1-57231-677-5) Softcover, Microsoft Press, 1997. Learn More at LibraryThing. Helen Custer at LibraryThing.