Russinovich Novel Hits Shelves March 15
Tip of the cap to Jeffery Hicks, my Professor PowerShell columnist, who alerted me via Facebook to a Zero Day: A Novel, penned by Mark Russinovich. Yes, it's that Mark Russinovich, who you might know if you've bought one of his well-regarded Windows Internals books to help you through an exam or two. Zero Day is a crime novel of sorts, with cybersecurity intrigue in the middle of it all.
I'm not planning on taking on Mark's novel, as I've got a full reading list at the moment (part of my 2011 resolution to get through at least 10 of the books on my shelf before year's end). If anyone decides to get it -- it's out March 15; you can pre-order it here -- let me know what you think. I know it's gotta be better than some of the other Microsoft fiction I'm familiar with.
Who's planning on reading Mark's book? What's on your reading list, technical-related or otherwise? Chime in here.
Posted by Michael Domingo on 01/18/2011 at 11:59 AM