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ASiRC - Asim Internet Relay Chat Client

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Learn to implement RFC using Visual Basic as in the project we have implemented two RFC for Internet Relay Chat.
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Introduction

This project is developed in MS Visual Basic. The downloadable zip files contains all the visual basic project files. Customize the software according to your needs. The project was originally developed in two forms. One as a standalone desktop application other as web based application which runs in Web Brower especially Internet Explorer, just like JAVA applets but does not requires any virtual machine for your Internet Explorer as JAVA applets does. It is a single window chatting software. Its simple to use and requires less memory space. Its compatible to all IRC (Internet Relay Chat) servers.

You just have to enter your Name, Email and Nick. After that select the server you want to connect (or populate in the code your favorite IRC servers) then click the connect button. For better performance select those servers only which are geologically nearer to your ISP.

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Asim_Abbasi
Web Developer
United States United States
Mr. Asim Abbasi is President and CEO of Takveen, Inc. NJ (www.takveen.com), which is a firm providing information technology related ‘Optimal Solutions’ to the industry. He is also attached with three top-notch computer schools of NJ teaching Oracle Database Administration in Unix/Windows Server environments. Before coming to NJ, he used to teach Oracle in heart of NC, Raleigh while working as Chief Technologist with a business solutions development firm.

Back in Pakistan Mr. Abbasi worked as Chief Programmer with US based multi-national software development company. Prior to that he was Lecturer/Lab Manager at Center for Advanced Studies in Physics (CASP) - Government College University (www.gcu.edu.pk) teaching Telecommunications & Computer Systems and Applications.

Mr. Abbasi has been attached intensely with the IT field for past 13 years and has written dozens of softwares and tons of code from programming microcontrollers using Assembly language to writing 3-tier multi-language web applications backed by Oracle. From developing custom wireless TCP/IP communication protocols to converting human driven business processes to machine driven automated self-healing systems. In short, when it comes to optimal computer solutions and designs Mr. Abbasi has the authority.

He did B.Sc. Electrical Engineering from University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore, Pakistan (www.uet.edu.pk). He is Oracle Certified Professional Database Administrator (OCP), Microsoft Certified Professional (VB) and lots of other computer certifications. Besides certifications, he has lots of publications and has filed 1 patent with United States Patent & Trade Mark Office regarding system and method for controlling devices wirelessly using protocol based communication through voice.

When asked Mr. Abbasi, he said that it all erupted with a saying of my engineering professor, “Think yourself ….”


http://www.takveen.com

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