From the back cover:
"The Programmer's Guide to SCSI" offers a concise tutorial
and reference to the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI), the standard interface
for high-performance computer peripherals.
Geared specifically for programmers who are writing drivers or creating applications that support SCSI devices, this book presents comprehensive SCSI hardware and software information within the context of software development.
It will help you find your way through this complex topic and ease your learning curve by providing expert advice, tips, and techniques for more effective SCSI programming.
What's in the book:
The companion CD-ROM contains sample code and applications, an ASPI class library, programming tools, an HTML version of the SCSI-2 draft specification, the SCSI FAQ, and much more.
With contributions by:
If you want to program SCSI peripherals, but dread wading through hundreds of pages of dense documentation, this book will give you the head start you need!
Last Updated: July 11, 2003