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Serializing classes across a network socket (TCP/IP)

, 7 Mar 2004
This article gives example and code for sending a class across a network connection using TCP/IP and the CBlockingSocket class.



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United States United States
Became hooked on programming in the 3rd grade using basic. Programming in C/C++ since 1997.

This year I worked on a three person team to create a distributed computing system that predicts stock prices using an Artificial Neural Network. We used Encog as the ANN framework and Scoop as the distributed computing framework.

Prior to that, I created a proof of concept augmented reality game engine that runs on mobile platforms. The aim of that project was to create a MMO augmented reality system that would allow users to create their own game scenarios and virtual worlds in an augmented reality space. The project was coded using Objective-C, OpenGL, REST web-services and MySQL.

Fluent in the following languages and frameworks:
C / C++
FANN (ANN Framework)
Encog (ANN Framework)
Scoop (Distributed Computing Framework)
MySQL using MySQLi
iOS Framework
Remedy AR System (every version since 1.0)

And intermediate proficiency in Java, shell scripting and HTML.

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