Click here to Skip to main content

Articles by Rob Harwood (Articles: 2)

Articles: 2

RSS Feed

Average article rating: 4.33

C#
General
Posted: 23 Dec 2005   Updated: 23 Dec 2005   Views: 44,168   Rating: 3.67/5    Votes: 9   Popularity: 3.44
Licence: Not specified      Bookmarked: 30   Downloaded: 676
An article on a unit conversion library written in C#/.NET.
Internet / Network
Client/Server Development
Posted: 21 Dec 2005   Updated: 21 Dec 2005   Views: 139,695   Rating: 4.98/5    Votes: 43   Popularity: 8.14
Licence: Not specified      Bookmarked: 125   Downloaded: 4,589
An article that shows the implementation of a lightweight UDP server and client with optional reliable channel.
No blogs have been submitted.
No tips have been posted.
No reference articles have been posted.

Rob Harwood
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Born in England, I have been programming since a very early age when my dad gave me prewritten programs to type in and run on a Sinclair ZX81 machine (seeing my name printed out on a TV screen was enough to keep me entertained!). I later did work using basic and STOS basic on the Atari ST and after that got my first PC and used Microsoft's QBasic. Later when I was about 13 I was in an airport and saw a trial copy of Visual Basic on a magazine, which I bought and it got me hooked on the Microsoft development tools.
 
Currently I am studying a software engineering degree and have been working with .NET since 1.0. I have just moved over to Visual Studio 2005/.NET 2.0 and am loving it! During my degree I have worked for a year at DuPont, where I ended up changing a lot of their old existing software over to .NET and improving it in the process! Since then I have been back and done some consulting work involving maintaining some of their older C++/MFC software.
 
While most of my current interestes involve .NET I am also confident in working with C++ in Win32, VB, Java, and have even done some development work on the Linux platform (although most of this involved ensuring that software I wrote in C++ was platform independent).
 
I have a strong passion for software technology, both higher level and more recently, systems level stuff (the dissertation I am doing for my degree is to implement a small compiler and virtual machine in C# for a Pascal-style language).


Advertise | Privacy | Mobile
Web03 | 2.8.140902.1 | Last Updated 2 Sep 2014
Copyright © CodeProject, 1999-2014
All Rights Reserved. Terms of Service
Layout: fixed | fluid