For immediate release
Sherman, CT. USA May 15, 2002
Interactive Video Available in Windows Media Format
David Solomon Expert Seminars, Inc. announces the release of INSIDE Windows 2000-An Interactive Video Tutorial on Windows Internals, in Windows Media format for CD-ROM and intranet server applications.
This popular video courseware was originally released on DVD for high quality portable applications. This new release of a 2 CD-ROM set will support local CD-ROM playback in both desktop and laptop applications. Additionally, it can easily be placed on a file server for playback across a large enterprise environment.
"In response to many requests for a network deployment of the DVD video, this CD release addresses a wide range of local and enterprise payback options" said David Solomon, President of David Solomon Expert Seminars, Inc. "We're happy that we have been able to maintain the high level of interactivity found in the DVD video, while opening the door to greater flexibility."
Mark Russinovich added: "This new format broadens the reach for this critical content. Feedback from both developers and system administrators alike confirm that understanding the OS internals is a great aid in troubleshooting, debugging, and efficient system design."
For more information including a complete video Table of Contents and downloadable samples see http://www.solsem.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Developed by David Solomon and Mark Russinovich, Inside Windows 2000 on video provides 11 hours of interactive training based on their highly acclaimed book Inside Windows 2000, 3rd Edition from Microsoft Press, as well as an overview of the primary differences between Windows 2000 and Windows XP.
The courseware provides direct menu access to 36 content specific instructional video modules totaling more than 11 hours of training. The learning experience is enhanced with over 1,000 explanatory graphics, 38 hands-on lab exercises, 168 interactive review questions and a workbook. The instructional design is both a personal training curriculum and on-demand reference work for immediate access to any topic.
David A. Solomon teaches classes on Windows 2000/XP/NT internals to companies worldwide, including Microsoft. He is co-author of Inside Windows 2000, 3rd edition (Microsoft Press) and author of Windows NT for OpenVMS Professionals. David also speaks regularly at conferences such as Microsoft TechEd, WinDev and Microsoft PDCs.
Mark E. Russinovich is Chief Software Architect and co-founder of Winternals Software (www.winternals.com), a company that specializes in advanced software for Windows. He is co-author of Inside Windows 2000, 3rd Edition, and founder of the SysInternals web site (www.sysinternals.com), where he has published dozens of freeware tools for Windows, including FileMon, RegMon, NTFSDOS and Process Explorer.