Reading Korean

I’m very pleased that Heejune Kim and Taehwa Lee translated and posted the first crash dump analysis pattern article on

Heejune also has a blog, mainly about WDF.

I’ve just looked at my blog idea notes and found that I have plans to write about 15 more crash dump analysis patterns. I will try to write most of them in forthcoming months and later reorganize and classify them in retrospection. 

As you might have guessed already I have books about Korean language too. First I’d like to mention 2 volumes written by Ross King, Jae-Hoon Yeon and Insun Lee:

Elementary Korean

Continuing Korean 

Korean writing system, Hankul, is usually described as the most scientific writing system in the world and as the world’s best alphabet.

If you are interested in Writing Systems in general (capitalized to avoid confusion with writing systems in C++) I would recommend two books that I browse sometimes:

Writing Systems: A Linguistic Approach

Writing Systems: A Linguistic Introduction

Both books use IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) to illustrate mapping of writing to sounds so if you have never used IPA and you want to know about it, vowels, consonants and sounds of languages, basics of speech recognition and synthesis I would greatly recommend this amazing book with CD (I read the first edition but seems there is the second one):

Vowels and Consonants

- Dmitry Vostokov -

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