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Task assigner with Windows Mobile and a Web Service

, 7 Dec 2008
Send messages, commands, tasks etc., to all employees from a central administration point.
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Ravenet
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Singapore Singapore
- B.Sc. degree in Computer Science.
- 4+ years experience in Visual C#.net and VB.net
- Obsessed in OOP style design and programming.
- Designing and developing Network security tools.
- Designing and developing a client/server application for sharing files among users in a way other than FTP protocol.
- Designing and implementing GSM gateway applications and bulk messaging.
- Windows Mobile and Symbian Programming
- Having knowledge with ERP solutions
 
The summary of my skills:
C#, VB.Net#,ASP.net, VC++, Java, WPF,WCF, Oracle, SQL Server, MS Access, Windows NT administration
 
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RRave
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