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USB Complete 5th Edn (Complete Guides) Paperback – 1 Nov 2014
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I used this book for developing a USB 3.0 device on Windows, along with another book: SuperSpeed Device Design By Example, by John Hyde. The design by example book gets your feet wet with hands-on development with real hardware. The USB Complete book gives you the foundation of knowledge to fill in the gaps that are left out of the other book.
If you have the need to do a customized USB hardware device, you need this book. You likely also need a bunch of other stuff as well. The same is true if you are going to write a device driver. You need this book. You also need to understand a lot about writing code. If you are doing a commercial product. There is a *lot* more you will need to do to go from scratch ASIC's to "plug and play on every device on the planet" than any one book can cover.
My only gripe (and it's a very minor one) is that the Amazon description does not really cover the book as well as it might. The book does cover the in's and outs of getting Windows to co-operate with USB. It is not a book on "using C# and Visual Basic". The book is by no means specifically targeted on those two languages. (ok so pretty picky ...).
Is 100% of everything you would ever need to know in this one book? Of course not. You can have a few hundred books on this and related subjects and not cover *everything*. The book goes about as deep as you possibly can without becoming un-usable. It's also here at a pretty reasonable price rather than costing $250 ... (Buy many limited run academic text's lately? They are expensive).