Have been developing for Windows since about 1991. Started out on Turbo Pascal for Windows using OWL (Object Windows Library), graduated to Borland C++ for Windows using OWL, and have been doing Visual C++/MFC since about 1995 or so.
MFC/C++ is still my bread and butter, but I have also made forays into Java and C#.
Published the WorldCom MFC library in 1996 which had one of the first freely available grid controls for MFC. It was featured in Microsoft Systems Journal (Feb 1998) and was selected one of the best free downloads from the web in PC Computing magazine (June 1997). It was re-engineered/re-written by Chris Maunder and became one of the foundations of his excellent codeproject.com website.
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