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This training course is designed for teaching postmortem diagnostics and debugging of high-performance medical software such as digital pathology, medical imaging, radiology, healthcare, veterinary, and clinical desktop and server applications for Windows written in C and C++. It is based on the Accelerated Windows Memory Dump Analysis training course with some additional exercises added for common modern and legacy C++ vulnerability issues in such software and often restricted debugging access to such client environments.
This training includes more than 20 step-by-step exercises and covers more than 50 crash dump analysis patterns from x86 and x64 process memory dumps. Learn how to analyze application and service crashes and freezes, navigate through memory dump space and diagnose heap corruption, memory leaks, CPU spikes, blocked threads, deadlocks, wait chains, and much more with WinDbg debugger. The training uses a unique and innovative pattern-oriented analysis approach developed by Software Diagnostics Institute to speed up the learning curve.
Prerequisites: Basic Windows troubleshooting.
Audience: Software technical support and escalation engineers, system administrators, software developers, DevSecOps, and quality assurance engineers.
Before the training you get:
- The current Accelerated Windows Memory Dump Analysis, Fifth Edition, Part 1, Revised: Process User Space book PDF version (+400 pages)
- Practical Foundations of Windows Debugging, Disassembling, Reversing PDF book
- Access to Software Diagnostics Library
After the training you get:
- The updated PDF book version
- Additional slides and exercise transcripts not included in the book
- Personalized Certificate of Attendance with unique CID
- Optional Personalized Certificate of Completion with unique CID (after the tests)
- Answers to questions during training sessions
If you are mainly interested in .NET memory dump analysis there is another forthcoming training: Accelerated .NET Core Memory Dump Analysis
If you are interested in Linux memory dump analysis there is another forthcoming training: Accelerated Linux Core Dump Analysis