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Editor's Note
Joe Flanigen
Under the Hood
Matt Pietrek  
ActiveX
Don Box 
Win32
Jeffrey Richter 
C++ Q&A
Paul DiLascia

A Programmer's Perspective on New System DLL Features in Windows NT 5.0, Part I

Windows NT® 5.0 is on the way and MSJ's got the information you need to know. We'll give you a peek at what to expect from a programmer's perspective, including changes to existing system DLLs, plus information on some proposed new system DLLs.
Matt Pietrek   

 

Surveying the New Win32 Driver Model for Windows 98 and Windows NT 5.0

The Win32® Driver Model—a new feature planned for Windows® 98 and Windows NT 5.0—will simplify the process of writing device drivers. This month, Walter Oney introduces the basic architecture of this new device driver model.
Walter Oney

 

Object-Oriented Software Development Made Simple with COM+ Runtime Services

COM+ provides runtime services from any programming language or tool, and it lets components work together regardless of implementation. We'll review some major object-oriented development issues and discuss how COM+ will resolve many of them.
Mary Kirtland    


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