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Pluggable Components using Component Categories - Part II

, 18 Sep 2003
An article on using component categories to create pluggable components
Application
Application.dsw
Components
Communications
SerialCommunications
Communications.tlb
Debug
ReleaseUMinDependency
serial.ico
serialco.bmp
SerialCommunication.rgs
SerialCommunications.def
SerialCommunications.dsp
SerialCommunications.dsw
SerialCommunications.tlb
SerialCommunicationsps.def
SerialCommunicationsps.mk
SocketCommunications
Communications.tlb
Debug
icon1.ico
ReleaseUMinDependency
socketco.bmp
SocketCommunication.rgs
SocketCommunications.def
SocketCommunications.dsp
SocketCommunications.dsw
SocketCommunications.tlb
SocketCommunicationsps.def
SocketCommunicationsps.mk
TelnetCommunications
Communications.tlb
Debug
ReleaseUMinDependency
telnet.ico
telnetco.bmp
TelnetCommunication.rgs
TelnetCommunications.def
TelnetCommunications.dsp
TelnetCommunications.dsw
TelnetCommunications.tlb
TelnetCommunicationsps.def
TelnetCommunicationsps.mk
VC Apps
CommunicationsTest
CommunicationsTest.dsp
CommunicationsTest.rgs
Debug
res
CommunicationsTest.ico

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Zac Howland
Web Developer
United States United States
I started programming at 15 with a TI-82 calclator in Z80 assembly (oh, those were the days . . .) I am pretty much a self taught programmer. I've taught myself Visual Basic, C/C++, Java, and am currently working on C#. I also like to experiment with system administration and security issues, and occassionally I work on web design. For the last 4 years, I have worked for Leitch, Inc. as a Software Engineer and graduated from Old Dominion University with bachelor's degrees in Computer Science, Mathematics, and Business Management in December of 2004.

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