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Posted: 5 Oct 2005   Updated: 28 Oct 2005   Views: 112,938   Rating: 4.71/5    Votes: 21   Popularity: 6.23
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Sometimes the service classes provided by Visual Studio don't give you the control you need, so why not build your own? And while you're at it, why not make it self-installing? The base class provided gives you full control of the Win32 Services API from a convenient base class and attribute.
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DavidHoyt
Software Developer (Senior) Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories
United States United States
I'm a recent graduate of Brigham Young University in Provo, UT and now working for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories (LLNL). I've been programming since I was 14 and did the amazing Hoyt family website with an animated gif of a spinning globe. I've come a long way since then and now actually use pictures of people.
 
I've been interested in website development and Windows programming since and I haven't stopped except for two years spent in El Salvador as a religious representative for my church.
 
I've done lots of work with C#/C/C++/Java/Python/JavaScript/Scheme/T-SQL/PL-SQL/Visual Basic/etc., web services, windows apps, services, and web apps. It's been a lot of fun!


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