Mike Woodring

Mike Woodring has been programming retail Windows applications, DLLs, and device drivers on Intel architecture platforms since the release of Windows 3.0. As a systems software engineer at Intel, he developed realtime ISDN telecommunications software in C++ for telephony, Internet, and desktop video conferencing products. Currently, he works as an independent consultant and teaches courses on Win32 programming. Mike holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from Montana State University.

Win32 Multithreaded Programming Win32 Multithreaded Programming
by Aaron Cohen, Mike Woodring
December 1997
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