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Use JMS Messaging in your C# Applications

, 7 Feb 2006
The Java Messaging System (JMS) API defines a powerful message queuing technology. Learn how to access it from your C# applications here.

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Rafael Mizrahi
Chief Technology Officer Feng-GUI
United States United States
Rafael Mizrahi is a CTO at Feng-GUI
 
He is also a hacker contributor at the mono project, and a GarageGeeks member.
 
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