Meet the authors: Mario Hewardt and Daniel Pravat, authors of Advanced Windows Debugging


My colleague Mario Hewart just let me know that he and Daniel Pravat will be presenting at the PDC pre-con. In case you don't recognize the names, they're the authors of Advanced Windows Debugging, a book which I reviewed late last year.

So if you want to get your debugging tips directly from the source, you know where to go.

Besides, Mario speaks Swedish, so he's already awesome by default.

[Raymond is currently away; this message was pre-recorded.]

Comments (8)
  1. BOFH says:

    Where does this fixation with Swedish come from..?

    Det finns väl mer användbara språk att fokusera på, kan man tycka…

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  3. John says:

    Yes, that book is most excellent.

    If Raymond is away, who is going to delete all these bogus pingbacks?

  4. Drew says:

    if you want to get your debugging tips directly from the source

    I usually just load the symbols.

  5. Luo says:

    Hi Raymond you are my hero, i have all your books, i want to be like you when i grow up, are your working on Windows 7? Then Im sure it’ll be the best version of Windows ever!! i dont know where i can send you a message!! the contact page is disabled!!

  6. wtroost says:

    I’d like to see the talk, I’ve read the book and it was really good.  Helped me pinpoint a mysterious server crash to a driver we didn’t expect to fail :)

    So for those of us not who won’t be at the PDC, are the talks there recorded and downloadable?

  7. mikeb says:

    > So for those of us not who won’t be at the PDC, are the talks there recorded and downloadable?

    I believe that they usually sell a set of DVDs not too long after the event.  I think that selected (or maybe all) talks are made available for download as well for a period of time after the PDC.

  8. Poochner says:

    @Drew, it helps if you have both if you want to have a happy debug session :-)

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