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Posted 19 Apr 2006

Two-way Remoting with Callbacks and Events, Explained

, 19 Jul 2006
A demonstration of how separate applications on different machines are able to effectively communicate with one another.
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namespace RemotingClient.Properties
{


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}

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marcel heeremans
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Ever since my dad bought me a Commodore 64 (some years back) I have been hooked to programming. For most of my working career I have worked intensely with C# (WinForms and WPF) but a few years back I started to investigate browser technologies and frameworks which are much more powerful than I thought at first!

I studied International Marketing but found the IT sector much more challenging. So straight from uni I took on some IT contract work in London in a buoyant market and never looked back.

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