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Event traffic calming

, 26 Jan 2013 CPOL
How to build an object to calm down event traffic.
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Erich Ledesma
Architect SunHotels
Spain Spain
I Received a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science at the Mathematics and Computer Science Faculty, University of Havana, Cuba.

I mainly work in web applications using C# and some Javascript. Some very few times do some Java.

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