TogetherSoft, which offers the ControlCenter Java programming environment, has purchased WebGain Studio, from WebGain, which closed in June. The software includes Visual Cafe, and the most likely result is that Studio's best features will find their way into ControlCenter while Studio itself is mothballed. The only WebGain product that hasn't found a new home is the modeling tool Application Composer.
Do you mean WebGain Studio? I don't think Microsoft would let anybody call something Visual Studio ;-)
Yup -- fixed it. Thanks.