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Cross Language Web Service Implementation

, 8 Dec 2002
Cross Language XML based Web Service Implementation between Managed C++ and C#.
consumer2.zip
consumer
App.ico
bin
Debug
consumer.exe
consumer.pdb
consumer.csproj.user
consumer.suo
obj
Debug
consumer.exe
consumer.exe.incr
consumer.Form1.resources
consumer.pdb
consumer.projdata
temp
TempPE
Web References.com.developernotes.www.Reference.cs.dll
Web References
com.developernotes.www
Reference.map
service1.disco
service1.wsdl
cross_language_web_srvc_src.zip
Global.asax
web_svr.csproj.webinfo
web_svr.vsdisco
mcpp.dll
mcpp.pdb
web_svr.dll
web_svr.pdb
mcpp.suo
web_service_consumer.zip
App.ico
consumer.suo
consumer.csproj.user
consumer.exe

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Nick Parker
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Nick graduated from Iowa State University with a B.S. in Management Information System and a minor in Computer Science. Nick works for Zetetic.
 
Nick has also been involved with the Iowa .NET User Group since it's inception, in particular giving presentations over various .NET topics. Nick was awarded the Visual C# MVP award from Microsoft for four years in a row.
 
In his mystical spare time he is working on a development project called "DeveloperNotes" which integrates into Visual Studio .NET allowing developers easy access to common code pieces. He is also a fan of using dynamically typed languages to perform unit testing, not to mention how he loves to talk about himself in the third person.

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