"At last, a definitive and authoritative book on FreeBSD device drivers! Kong's clear mastery of his subject shines through every page."
—Michael Lucas, FreeBSD committer and author of Absolute FreeBSD
"FreeBSD Device Drivers is an excellent guide to the APIs used to write a device driver for FreeBSD."
—John Baldwin, Kernel Developer, FreeBSD
"I'd recommend the book for anybody that needs an introduction to drivers. The walk throughs will get people up to speed, as well as introduce many of the uniquely FreeBSD quirks one needs to know to integrate with FreeBSD."
—Warner Losh, FreeBSD core team (Read More)
"I am pleased to see No Starch provide a forum for books like this. They continue to produce high-quality works that read well and address subjects seldom found elsewhere."
—Richard Bejtlich, CSO of Mandiant & Founder of TaoSecurity (Read More)
"I like this book. It fills a definite need, and does it well."
—Warren Block, FreeBSD committer (Read More)
"This book is definitely a must have for anybody interested in how FreeBSD device drivers are designed, not to mention those who are interested in writing their very own ones for the FreeBSD operating system!"
—Romain Tartière, FreeBSD ports committer (Read More)
"This book is a no nonsense, straight to the point document that helps you get to the content quickly."
—BeginLinux.com (Read More)
"Definitely an excellent book with all the information you’ll need to start developing your own FreeBSD device drivers."
—xorl (Read More)
"Strikes a pretty good balance for its stated purpose. Its mostly 'just the facts ma’am' style works well, but it provides plenty of references for those wanting more detail or background. This is definitely worth a read if device drivers in FreeBSD are something you need or want to know about."
—Simon Gerraty, FreeBSD Journal