My History of Visual Studio (Part 6)

Posted by: Rico Marianis Performance Tidbits, on 13 Oct 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

[All the other Parts: History of Visual Studio] The years 1998 to 2002 were very busy ones in the Developer Division.  Ive previously written about Dolphin and I tried to give a sense of exactly how much changed during the Dolphin release and the sheer volume of work it required, but I think this period dwarfs that one in a number of ways. Visual C++ 2.0 Dolphin was, by definition, just a C++ product. Putting aside the fact that it was designed to allow extensions for multiple languages, the...

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