David Solomon, president of David Solomon Expert Seminars (www.solsem.com), has been teaching seminars on Microsoft Windows NT and Microsoft Windows 2000 internals and systems programming since 1992. His clients include all the major software and hardware companies, including Microsoft.
Formerly a consulting software engineer at Digital Equipment Corporation, David worked for over nine years as a project leader and developer in the VMS operating system development group. He left DEC to focus on evangelizing Windows NT to the VMS customer base. His first book, Windows NT for OpenVMS Professionals (Digital Press/Butterworth Heinemann, 1996), was based on his initial classes that explained Windows NT to VMS-knowledgeable programmers and system managers.
In addition to organizing and teaching seminars, David is a regular speaker at industry events such as Microsoft TechEd, Microsoft PDCs, WinDev, and Software Development. He has also served as technical chair for several Windows NT conferences. When he's not researching Windows 2000, David enjoys sailing, reading, and Star Trek.