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Webcam Web Service

, 23 Apr 2002
C++ ATL Web Service delivering a JPEG picture grabbed from a Webcam to an ActiveX client
axcamclient.zip
AxCamClient.msi
webcam.zip
WebCam
ActiveX Client
AxCamClient.clw
AxCamClient.def
AxCamClient.dsp
AxCamClient.dsw
AxCamClient.plg
AxCamClient.tlb
AxCamClientps.def
AxCamClientps.mk
camera.bmp
Camera.rgs
mssoap1.tlh
mssoap1.tli
msxml3.tlh
msxml3.tli
ReleaseMinDependency
AxCamClient.dll
Server
Camera.rgs
CamServer.def
CamServer.dsp
CamServer.dsw
CamServer.plg
CamServer.tlb
CamServerps.def
CamServerps.mk
ReleaseMinDependency
CamServer.dll
WebService ISAPI
_Common
ijl15.dll
ijl15.lib

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Laurent Kempé
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France France

Laurent Kempé is the editor, founder, and primary contributor of Tech Head Brothers, a French portal about Microsoft .NET technologies.

He is currently employed by Innoveo Solutions since 10/2007 as a Senior Solution Architect and certified Scrum Master.

Founder, owner and Managing Partner of Jobping, which provides a unique and efficient platform for connecting Microsoft skilled job seekers with employers using Microsoft technologies.

Laurent is awarded by Microsoft since Avril 2002: Most Valuable Professional (MVP).

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