Paul Thurrott

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Paul Thurrott
Paul Thurrott - 2012 Keynote (7932616484) (cropped).jpg
Paul Thurrott in 2012
BornOctober 29, 1966 (1966-10-29) (age 52)[1] [2]
ResidenceEmmaus, Pennsylvania [3]
Occupationreporter, author, podcaster, editor
Known forPaul Thurrott's SuperSite for Windows
Spouse(s)Stephanie Thurrott[4]
WebsiteThurrott.com

Paul Brian Thurrott (born October 29, 1966)[1] [2] is a technology podcaster, published author, and blogger on his website thurrott.com in collaboration with Petri.com. He regularly writes how-to articles and posts his personal comments, previews, and reviews for beta and completed Microsoft products, such as Windows, Microsoft Surface, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Phone, Microsoft Office, and other products.

Podcasts[edit]

Windows Weekly[edit]

Paul is a co-host of the Windows Weekly podcast on the Twit.tv network, hosted by Leo Laporte and also co-hosted with journalist Mary Jo Foley. Windows Weekly focuses on weekly expert commentary about news of Microsoft, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One, and other Microsoft and computing related topics. Windows Weekly attracts approximately 80,000 downloads for each episode.

What The Tech[edit]

In 2011, Paul also became a regular contributor to the GFQ Network, and co-host of What The Tech, a podcast along with co-host and GFQ Network founder, Andrew Zarian.

First Ring Daily[edit]

First Ring Daily is a daily podcast co-hosted with Brad Sams that began September 2016[5]. The initial episode was filmed at the Microsoft Ignite conference.

Publications[edit]

Over the years, Paul has written a range of books relating to programming languages and Microsoft operating systems.

Title Co-Author Publication Date ISBN
Windows NT 5.0 Networking (Unknown) (Unknown)
Delphi 3 Superbible March 1997 ISBN 1-57169-027-1
Unlocking Active Server Pages June 1997 ISBN 1-56205-752-9
Implementing Microsoft Visual InterDev September 1997 ISBN 1-56604-744-7
VBScript for the World Wide Web (Visual QuickStart Guide) October 1997 ISBN 0-201-68892-1
Cascading Style Sheets: A Primer November 1997 ISBN 1-55828-579-2
SELECT: Projects for Visual Basic 6.0 March 1999 ISBN 0-201-61193-7
Visual InterDev 6 Unleashed April 1999 ISBN 0-672-31262-X
Great Digital Media with Windows XP September 2001 ISBN 0-7645-3620-6
Windows XP Home Networking November 2004 (2nd edition) ISBN 0-7645-7816-2
Microsoft Windows XP Power Toolkit Walter Bruce, David Chernicoff August 2002 ISBN 81-203-2273-8
Windows Vista Secrets Brian Livingston 2007 ISBN 0-7645-7704-2
Windows Vista Secrets: SP1 Edition October 2008 ISBN 0-470-24200-0
Windows 7 Secrets Rafael Rivera September 2009 ISBN 0-470-50841-8
Windows Phone 7 Secrets November 2010 ISBN 0-470-88659-5
Windows 8 Secrets Rafael Rivera October 2012 ISBN 1-118-20413-1
Windows 10 Field Guide Rafael Rivera, Martin McClean 2019 Online Publication


References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Spencer (2006-10-29). "Happy 40th, Paul Thurrott!". AeroXperience. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2006-01-16.
  2. ^ a b "Windows Weekly Episode 437" (Podcast). 2015-10-28. Event occurs at 1:58:10.
  3. ^ Paul Thurrott. wiki.twit.tv.
  4. ^ Thurrott, Paul (September 10, 2009). "Quick Take: Ford SYNC by Microsoft". winsupersite.com.
  5. ^ "Episode 1: Kicking Off The New Podcast From Ignite". Thurrott.com. BWW Media Group. Retrieved 2 August 2019.

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