Timur Tabi is a Linux device driver developer who was once a well-known OS/2 user and developer. Timur used to work at IBM on the OS/2 multimedia subsystem. During that time, he:
- Created RTMIDI, the real-time MIDI subsystem.
- Created the MPU-401 device driver.
- Pioneered the development of C++ in OS/2 device drivers.
- Did the initial work on the object-oriented audio device driver sample.
After leaving IBM in 1997, Timur no longer did any major OS/2 development but still contributed to the OS/2 community, particularly by giving presentations on OS/2 programming at the Warpstock conferences. Timur finally gave up OS/2 altogether in 2004, when he had to get rid of his personal PC and his home office to make room for his second child.
- Web Browser Auto-UnZip - Script
- BattleTech/2 - The Ultimate OS/2 Game 
- Republishing Permission
- Timur Tabi have permission to release his EDM/2 articles under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0. Martin Iturbide requested this on 17-Feb-2012 and received the permission the same day.
- Writing OS/2 device drivers in C++ - Warpstock 2001
- PRG-01 - Introduction to Programming - Warpstock 2000
- PRG-02 - Jungo's WinDriver for OS/2 - Warpstock 2000
- Introduction to programming - Warpstock 1999
- Introduction to REXX programming - Warpstock 1999
- Introduction to Presentation Manager programming
- Introduction to Assembly language programming - Warpstock 1999
- Introduction to device driver programming - Part I - Warpstock 1999
- Introduction to device driver programming - Part II - Warpstock 1999
- Win32-OS/2: One Year Later - Warpstock 1998
- Intro to device driver programming - Warpstock 1998
- OS/2 Timing Services - Warpstock 1997
- The Win32-OS/2 Project - Warpstock 1997