Michael R. Cooper
Michael Cooper was a programmer in the Advanced Graphics department. Michael joined IBM in 1989 and has worked on Presentation Driver Development for the last 4 years. He previously worked on the XGA presentation driver base code and was a member of the 32-bit graphics engine team. He was one of the 2 developers who designed and developed the new GRE Presentation Driver Model. He was one of the original developers that worked on the 32-Bit Graphics Engine. He has worked on nearly all the components of the PM Graphics subsystem (from PMWIN/PMGPI to Presentation Drivers), but concentrates on the Graphics Engine.
- Monitoring Display Driver Interface Calls (Jan 1995)
- New and Improved:The GRE22 Printer Device Driver Model by Michael R. Cooper and Monte Copeland (Sep 1994)
- Republishing Information
- IBM gave permission to republish the OS/2 Developer Connection Articles on the EDM/2 Wiki. Martin Iturbide obtained this permission from IBM on June 16 of 2013 via e-mail.