Posted by: Stephen Toub,
on 06 Jan 2006 |
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First, a bit of history on MSJ, as taken from the MSJ archive at http://www.microsoft.com/msj/:
Microsoft Systems Journal was the first programming publication from Microsoft. Predating the Windows operating system, MSJ covered MS-DOS internals beginning in 1986. It progressed to cover the workings of Windows so that programmers could write applications for the then-new operating system. MSJ saw the evolution from MS-DOS to Windows 1.0, all the way up to Windows 2000 before merging with Microsoft...