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A Complete TCP Server/Client Communication and RMI Framework - Usage

, 12 Jun 2011 CPOL
An Open Source lightweight framework (named Simple Client Server Library (SCS)) that is delevoped to create Server/Client applications using the simple Remote Method Invocation mechanism.

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Halil ibrahim Kalkan
Founder Volosoft
Turkey Turkey
I have started programming at 14 years old using Pascal as hobby. Then I interested in web development (HTML, JavaScript, ASP...) before university.

I graduated from Sakarya University Computer Engineering. At university, I learned C++, Visual Basic.NET, C#, ASP.NET and Java. I partly implemented ARP, IP and TCP protocols in Java as my final term project.

Now, I am working on Windows and web based software development mostly using Microsoft technologies in my own company.

My open source projects:

* ASP.NET Boilerplate: http://aspnetboilerplate.com
* jTable: http://jtable.org
* Others: https://github.com/hikalkan

My personal web site:

http://www.halilibrahimkalkan.com

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