Programming Windows: Mark Russinovich Interview (Premium)


In January 2010, I visited the Microsoft campus in Redmond, Washington, and interviewed Technical Fellow Mark Russinovich about Windows 7.

As you may know, Russinovich was one of the earliest contributing editors to Windows NT Magazine, where he wrote about the Windows architecture from his perspective as a consultant and trainer who specialized in ripping into the Windows kernel. Russinovich first came onto Microsoft’s radar with his notorious revelation in the November 1996 issue that Windows NT Workstation and Windows NT Server---which Microsoft sold with different licenses and portrayed as being capable of handling different workloads---had the same code base.

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