Visual Age

VisualAge was the name of a family of computer integrated development environments from IBM, which included support for multiple programming languages. VisualAge was first released in the 1980s and was still available in 2011. VisualAge was also marketed as “VisualAge Smalltalk” and IBM has stated that XL C/C++ is the 'follow-on' product to VisualAge.
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  • Is Writing Still the Most Important Social Skill?

    Storytelling in a Visual Age Visual storytelling has been getting a lot of chatter over the past few years: the rise of visual social media outlets like Pinterest and Instagram, the proliferation of tools for creating excellent visual content, etc. But Ann Handley’s new book Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content tells us that in this content-dr ...

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