Media praise for Inside Windows Debugging
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"Far from being off-putting, the feeling I had after reading this book was inspiration. While I am quite certain that it was never Mr. Soulamis intention to get novices more interested in learning the art form of computer programming, that is exactly the effect it had on me. This in itself says a lot regarding the quality of this technical manual. If a novice like me found so much useful information here, imagine what it will mean for those who actually program in Windows for a living. Inside Windows Debugging is an excellent addition to the Microsoft Press library."
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"I have always been a fan of most books coming from Microsoft Press and this one is no exception: a wealth of information using an inside look into the underlying mechanics and paired with an engaging writing style makes for another book every serious developer should have on his/her shelf. "
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"A 'must' for any involved in Windows debugging."
-- , The Midwest Book Review: California Bookwatch, The Computer Shelf, August 2012, Volume 7, Number 8
"This book is awesome. It will become your bible for windows debugging, and covers both theoretical aspects such as how the kernel & userland fit together in Windows, details on how 64 bit & 32 bit cohabit etc, and real-world expertise on debugging strategies for remote, local, and virtual machine scenarios." Full Review >
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""Inside Windows Debugging: Practical Debugging and Tracing Strategies" by Tarik Soulami; O'Reilly Media;) This book follows the mantra: "Code can always be traced and understood" and you learn this hands on by working both with WinDbg and Xperf. It's mainly geared toward software developers immersed in C/C++/C# (.Net) and its purpose is to expand the skill-set and familiarity with debugging and tracing." Full Review >
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