Alger is a 3rd year chemistry graduate student working for Nick Winograd at the Pennsylvania State University. His interest in programming started before he joined the group but he started with OS/2 only after he joined. His research has required him to rewrite the data acquisition software for the OS/2 platform.
These programs control an angle-resolved time-of-flight mass spectrometer, which he uses to analyze surface chemistry using secondary ion mass spectrometry.
Alger Pike gave permission to reproduce their articles under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0. Martin Iturbide get the permission via LinkedIn on Feb-29 2012.
- A Hello World Device Driver - Part 1/6 (September 1996)
- A Hello World Device Driver - Part 2/6 (October 1996)
- A Hello World Device Driver - Part 3/6 (November 1996)
- From Hello World to Real World - Part 4/6 (December 1996)
- From Hello World to Real World - Part 5/6 (January 1997)
- From Hello World to Real World - Part 6/6 (February 1997)
- Adding Native Compression To Your Application (May 1997)
- Dynamic Control Formatting (December 1997)
- FASTIO with WFASTIO$ and support .DLL (February 1997)
- Doing Port I/O: The Front Doors (December 1996)
- Port I/O from 32-BIT Applications
- 32-BIT IOPL Helper Driver
- Using a D/A Card With IOPL
- WIOLIBDLL- SUPPORT FOR WFASTIO$
- WFASTIO$ Subsystem
- avenger.mri.psu.edu (archived)