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  Team Programming with VisualAge Java
       by Susan Yeshin & Ellen McKay
       Volume: 5 Issue: 5


Sybase PowerJ 3.0
       by Sean Rhody
       Volume: 4 Issue: 6


VisualAge for Java 2.0
       by Niraj Jetly
       Volume: 4 Issue: 4


StudioJ
       by Ed Zebrowski
       Volume: 4 Issue: 2


JBuilder by Inprise
       by Ed Zebrowski
       Volume: 3 Issue: 11


PARTS for Java Professional Edition by ObjectShare
       by Ed Zebrowski
       Volume: 3 Issue: 11


Java Studio by Sun Microsystems, Inc.
       by Dana Crenshaw
       Volume: 3 Issue: 9


VisualAge for Java V2.0
       by Scott Davison
       Volume: 3 Issue: 8


Microsoft Announces Visual J++ 6.0 Technology Preview
       by Bill Dunlap
       Volume: 3 Issue: 3


JBuilder
       by Tom Taulli
       Volume: 2 Issue: 11


PowerJ
       by Jeff Winchell
       Volume: 2 Issue: 7


Microsoft Java SDK 2.0 and JDK 1.1 Support
       by John Fronckowiak
       Volume: 2 Issue: 6


Visual Café by Symantec
       by Tom Taulli
       Volume: 2 Issue: 4


Visual J++ from Microsoft
       by Tom Taulli
       Volume: 2 Issue: 3


Visual Internet Toolkit
       by Don Draper
       Volume: 2 Issue: 2


Java WorkShop 1.0
       by Eric Ries
       Volume: 2 Issue: 1


Code Warrior
       by Jim Mathis
       Volume: 1 Issue: 2


Symantec's Café
       by Scott Clark
       Volume: 1 Issue: 1


Java and the Mac
       by Luke Cassidy-Dorion
       Volume: 1 Issue: 1


 

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