In investigating the history of Windows application programming, I’ve renewed my interest in software development. To be clear, I’m many years removed from my time writing code, so I probably have as much to learn as anyone reading this series. That will be disappointing, I know, to some experienced developers. But for those looking to take the next step past the basic code examples I use in the Programming Windows series, this might be just the ticket. It’s something we can do together, basically.
A few ground rules.