SIGCSE 2009Windows Research Kernel @ HPI
Besides exploring the Windows Research Kernel for our own research purposes and posting our experience here on this blog, we also use the WRK for teaching operating systems concepts. One outcome of these efforts was for example the updated version of our Visual Studio 2008 solution file, that Michael posted recently.
We created different projects for our students and we had the chance to present some of these here at the SIGCSE 2009, the Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, in Chattanooga, Tennessee. We soon will provide the slides here in order to give you an impression what the projects look like. We intent to release some of them within this blog; we however need to figure out how to do it best 🙂