Programming Windows: Hello, Visual J++ (Premium)

Visual J++ is a historical footnote today, but it’s fascinating to go back and see what Microsoft did with the Java platform.

There were two versions of Visual J++, Microsoft’s Java developer environment, Visual J++ 1.0, which shipped as part of Developer Studio in 1996, and Visual J++ 6.0, which shipped in Visual Studio in 1998. I don’t recall ever using those tools when they were cur...

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