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Build a Linux-based communication server for Windows clients using C#

, 23 Jan 2006 CPOL
You can build Java console applications that will run on any Java-enabled platform. Using this, and the power of the System.Net namespace, inlcuding the TcpClient class, you can create distributed applications that use a Linux server and Windows Forms clients that interoperate, thanks to Grasshopper
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About the Author

Laurence Moroney is the Director of Product Evangelism for Mainsoft. He joined Mainsoft from Reuters, where he was a Senior Architect in their CTO Office, specializing in Enterprise Architecture and Web Services Interoperability. Laurence has also worked extensively in the financial services and security fields. He is the author of several computer books, including ‘Expert Web Services Security in the .NET Platform’ and ‘ASP.NET 1.1 with VB.NET’ as well as several dozen technology articles.
 
You can find his blog at: philotic.com/blog

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