[Commercial] Windows System Programming:Develope unique aspects ofWindows

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Drivers' started by Concepts Systems, Apr 20, 2008.

  1. Hello All,

    Windows System Programming is an intensive hands-on course designed by
    Concepts Systems to provide a detailed examination of each topic.
    This module enables professionals and students to rapidly identify
    issues critical to their project, and provide them in-depth knowledge
    to add Windows support to their product lines in an aggressive time
    frame.

    Course Highlights:

    Windows System Programming:

    - It includes topics related to key components of system like
    - Thread scheduling, I/O, memory management,
    - Windows Security
    - Debugging using Win Dbg to explore windows internals.
    - Windows System Architecture including kernel components

    Detail syllabus is available at http://conceptssys.com/SyllabusPdf/wss.pdf

    Starting Date : April 27, 2008.
    Duration : 1.5 months for each module.
    Days & Timings: Saturday and Sunday, 3 Hours Per day.

    Venue:
    Concepts Systems,
    602-603, The Pentagon, Shahu College Road,
    Next to Pune-Satara Road,
    Near Panchami Hotel, Parvati. Pune - 411009.

    Registration: We encourage you to register at the earliest since there
    are limited seats.

    If you have any queries feel free to call us on 020-24216888 /
    9960638738 Or mail us at .

    About Us:
    Concepts Systems is Pune based Training Consultancy having expertise
    in core systems. Concepts already has many leading software companies
    like EMC, HP, Nvidia, Oracle India, KPIT Cummins etc. as its clients.
    Systems Technology Experts having Industry exposure forms backbone of
    Concepts Training Division.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Team
    Concepts Systems
     
    Concepts Systems, Apr 20, 2008
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