OSR Dev Blog: Drivers, Storage, and Analysis
We're involved in many areas of OS internals here at OSR. ?We deal with drivers for unusual hardware, we extend OS policy in interesting ways for better system performance and reliability, we analyze difficult problems and sometimes even craft solutions for them. ?We also work with our friends at Microsoft to help shape and understand the device, driver, and file system developer experience.
As part of just about everything we do, we try to keep the community involved. ?Learning something for its own sake, or for our own use, is good. ?But learning something that you share with others? ?We think that's great.
We publish a lot of what we learn in our journal The NT Insider. ?But some things are shorter, are ideas that are still in the process of being developed, or maybe they're things that we don't want to wait until the next scheduled publication. ?In these cases, we post what we've learned and what we've been thinking about here.
Important Note: As we prepare for a major upgrade and restructuring of OSROnline, we're temporarily moving our dev blog to the OSR.COM corporate site. We'll try to post to both places for as long as possible, but until our renovation of OSR Online is complete please refer to osr.com first.
IMPORTANT NOTE: OSR Dev Blog posts are now being created and posted at http://www.osr.com/developers-blog/. Please check that location for future posts.
We are listing posts from that site here, as a convenience.
Is Running the HLK Tests REALLY a Best Practice?
I can hear you now, scoffing as you read the latest issue of The NT Insider: Read more
Visual Studio 2017 Released — Driver Devs: Stay Where You Are
Good News: Today Visual Studio (VS) 2017 was released to General Availability. You can download Read more
The NT Insider Breaks The Internet!!
Whenever we release a new issue of The NT Insider, it’s always a big day here Read more
Of Windows, Git, FUSE, and Moral Equivalence
It’s a known fact these days that Microsoft is feeling the Git love. As stated by Read more
Unexpected Case of Bugcheck IRQL_UNEXPECTED_VALUE (C8)
Yet another interesting case lands on our doorstep thanks to NTDEV (original post here). I Read more