@James: we have 5 in the bag and still at least 3 more to tape to just cover the basics. I expect another 5-10 after that on advanced stuff.
The main issue with reducing the courses down to a show format is the inability to interact with the students. When we get in to some particular concepts (breakpoints come to mind), we'll provide examples that you can (and should) repeat at home - as showing it once won't suffice.
The other struggle for Chad and I is doing all of the debugging with public symbols and extensions - we have internal tools that rely on private symbols that get us to root cause within seconds (this is how OCA and WER scale). Its a training exercise for us too to do it the public way!
Next week is loading SOS, then there are 2 on kernel, then 3 on useful commands. Well then go on to scenario based episodes using advanced techniques.
Multi-process - will be sure to cover that .. It's not too hard if you use the right tool.
The content is hard - yep wrong word - it is just information overload as you say - and we plan to keep it that way abd never miss a deep dive in to a concept.
Once all this is done, we'll cover xperf - which is debatable more powerful than the debugger.
Thanks for watching.