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User Interface Process Application Block (UIPAB)

, 24 Jul 2005
An article on User Interface Process Application Block (UIPAB).
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Nishith Pathak
Web Developer
India India
Nishith Pathak is an avid reader,Prolific writer, Speaker for Microsoft India,Published Author of APress and a Microsoft Purist.He is MVP, MCPD, MCTS MCSD.Net,MCAD.Net(EA),MCSD. His proficiency lies in exploring Microsoft technology and to share them with other peers. He is a contributing author and an avid technical reviewer for multiple electronic and print publications. He has recently co-authored a book on WCF called Pro WCF: Microsoft Practical SOA Implementation for APress Inc, USA. Over the years, he has also been involved in providing consultancy and training services to corporations. He has been awarded with Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).Working since beta version of .Net makes his competecy in .Net. He can be contacted at or at his blog Currently he is focused on key areas of the Microsoft platform, specifically Distributed Computing, service orientation and exploring VISTA and help companies architecting solutions based on Service Oriented Architecture.

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