Mark Russinovich: From Winternals to Microsoft, on Windows security, Windows CoreArch

Wednesday, 11 July 2007, 7:56 AM EST

If you write code on Windows or like to know what goes on under the hood in Windows, then you've no doubt heard of Mark Russinovich. He's an OS kernel expert, a Technical Fellow in Windows and is a member of the Windows Core Architecture team.

This video discusses Mark's history, his coming to Microsoft, Windows security, what the CoreArch team does, what his role is, and more.

At Channel 9.

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