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Programming Languages
Posted: 3 Oct 2005   Updated: 3 Oct 2005   Views: 284,983   Rating: 3.73/5    Votes: 21   Popularity: 4.93
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Use Windows shell API in C# to decompress Zip files, without showing the Copy Progress window.
Posted: 24 Oct 2005   Updated: 24 Oct 2005   Views: 410,563   Rating: 4.68/5    Votes: 33   Popularity: 6.91
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Use Windows Shell API in C# to compress Zip files without showing the Copy Progress window.
Posted: 31 Oct 2005   Updated: 6 Feb 2006   Views: 123,439   Rating: 4.73/5    Votes: 27   Popularity: 6.76
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Use C# along with delegates, threads, and message queueing to create powerful in-process asynchronous services.
Web Development
Posted: 16 Dec 2005   Updated: 22 Dec 2005   Views: 84,998   Rating: 4.33/5    Votes: 8   Popularity: 3.91
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How to write peer-to-peer + client server applications using the MSN Messenger.

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Gerald Gibson Jr
Web Developer
United States United States
I have been coding since 4th grade in elementary school back in 1981. I concentrate mainly on Microsoft technologies from the old MSDOS/MSBASIC to coding in VC++ then Visual Basic and now .Net. I try to stay on top of the trends coming from Microsoft such as the Millennium Project, Windows DNA, and my new favorite Windows clustering servers.

I have dabbled in making games in my initial VC++ days, but spent most of the past 10 years working on business apps in VB, C++, and the past 7 years in C#.

I eventually hope to get my own company supporting me so I can concentrate on my real dream of creating clusters of automated robots for use in various hazardous industries.