Microsoft plans to release the first beta of version 1.1 of its Java development tool, Visual J++, at it Professional Developers' Conference in San Diego from 22 September. The upgrade, codenamed Vegas, will include an integrated development environment similar to Visual Basic and also the controversial J/Direct technology, which enables developers to directly access the Win32 API set, so bypassing the Java Virtual Machine.
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