Microsoft launches MSDN Magazine

Microsoft Corporation is launching a new developer magazine, MSDN Magazine, in February, which will replace both Microsoft System Journal (MSJ) and Microsoft Internet Developer (MIND) magazines when it debuts. Previously, Microsoft used MIND for Internet-related development issues, while MSJ catered to the Visual C++, and more recently, Visual Basic crowds. With the growing consolidation of classic Win32 programming and HTML/DHTML/XML Web development, however, the consolidation of Microsoft's developer magazines was, perhaps, inevitable.

If you already subscribe to MIND and/or MSJ, the remaining issues in your subscriptions will be applied to a new MSDN Magazine subscription automatically. For more information and subscription information, please visit the MSDN Magazine Web site

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