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Using .NET Assembly with COM Client

, 31 Jul 2005
This article explains about the .NET Interoperability with COM.

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Vidya Vrat
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India India
Vidya Vrat Agarwal, a Microsoft .NET Purist, an MCSD.NET, MCAD, MCSD, MCT. I am also a Life Member of Computer Society of India (CSI). I started working on Microsoft.NET with its beta release. I have been involved in software development,corporate trainings, T3 programs, technical writing and consultation for Microsoft.NET for various corporate clients.
 
Presently I am working with LionBridge Technologies in Mumbai - India, with Microsoft Dept. on Whidbey and Yukon and my business card reads Subject Matter Expert (SME).
 
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