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Persistent .NET Events in Stateless Remoting Server

, 5 Jan 2003
This article demonstrates usage of .NET events in the stateless remoting server, thus allowing to use .NET event mechanism in highly available and scalable distributed applications.
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Alexander Arlievsky
Architect mPrest Systems
Israel Israel
I am working with various Microsoft technologies since 1994 (remember Windows 3.1 ?Smile | :) ). Language of choice - C++/C#. I am mainly interested in software engineering and "generic solutions", so frequently I find myself designing / implementing frameworks and application skeletons, although sometimes I do various stuff from DB to Kernel Mode device drivers. I also love to understand why things are in the way they are, not just how to use them.
Currently I am Chief Software Architect and CTO of the software outsourcing company mPrest Ltd , Israel.

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