-Provides both strategic and practical advice about how and when to use the Windows Driver Foundation
-Covers both user-mode and kernel-mode driver development
-Includes code samples in Visual C++
Penny Orwick has been writing about Windows driver development since 1997. She has worked closely with the Windows Driver Foundation team since the early stages of development and has developed technical papers for the driver development community. Guy Smith is a writer specializing in device drivers and kernel-mode topics. He has more than a decade of experience developing programming documentation for Microsoft technologies, including Windows Shell, Internet Explorer and the Windows Presentation Foundation. The Microsoft Windows Driver Foundation team designs and supports driver frameworks for Windows.
It is very good for a beginner to WDF. I mean it starts from the very beginning introducing you to driver development concepts.Published on November 28, 2011 by Perez Jones
I took a job that required me to make device drivers for some kind of weird thing with some blinking lights on it. Read morePublished on April 7, 2011 by Jergan
A great disappointment, nothing new compared to what is on MSDN.
What is needed are simpler examples to start with, not hundred of pages of references: what are the bare... Read more
If you are stuck making a driver for the lame horse called vista, then this book gets the job done, it is very dense, and has a very microsoft feel to it. Read morePublished on October 13, 2008 by D. Seholm